Our first property ‘Wallaroo’ is a 38 hectare property at Mulgoa purchased with assistance from the Australian Government and the NSW Nature Conservation Trust in early 2016. ‘Wallaroo’ protects “Critically Endangered” Cumberland Plain Woodland and “Endangered” River-flat Eucalypt Forest and six species of endangered wildlife.
‘Wallaroo’ is a former grazing property and contains significant areas of exotic vegetation as well as other areas in need of weed and feral animal management. This site is the focus of our restoration efforts and community engagement. CLC has installed an equipment shed and toilet and we run regular volunteer working bees, wildlife surveys and education events at the site.
The ‘Wallaroo’ Plan of Management guides the restoration of this key biodiversity reserve. You can find further information about the local wildlife in the Seasonal Bird List and the comprehensive Baseline Fauna Survey.