The history of vegetation in Burnside and the recent restoration of the Michael Perry Reserve

Monday 20 September 2021

The history of vegetation in Burnside and the recent restoration of the Michael Perry Reserve

Presented by Dr Mark Ellis

Michael Perry Reserve is along Second Creek in upper Stonyfell.  It can be entered from Kurrajong   Avenue.  There are several walking tracks in the area.  It is often used for wedding party photographs, particularly in the spring and autumn.  At these times there are often good opportunities for contrasting effects.

Mark has considerable experience and knowledge in Conservation & Land Management.  He currently manages the vegetation of the council reserves and the Burnside Council Nursery that grows thousands of plants for these.

All welcome. Gold coin donation for non members.

Social distancing observed and currently no supper provided.

Location

Coralie Soward Hall, Burnside Community Centre (adjacent Burnside Library)

401 Greenhill Road, Tusmore SA 5065

Enter car park from Fisher Street, off Portrush Road