ParkCare Patch - Friends of Mount Painter



Friends of Mount Painter carry out work that supports the Parks and Conservation Service’s management of the reserve. We hold monthly work parties on the third Sunday morning of every month and organise occasional other activities. For those who are unable to come to the monthly work parties and/or are extra keen Landcarers, we also work at other times in small groups or individually.


The monthly work parties for the next six months are as listed below. They generally start about 9am and finish at 12.30pm, but are varied earlier in mid summer and later in mid winter to match expected temperatures.



Date:          Sunday, 18 November


When:        9am – 12.30pm


Location:   Wildflower Triangle, near the bike path. Enter the reserve where the bike path passes under Bindubi Street, 800m south of the Lyttleton-Bandjalong intersection and walk uphill into the reserve.


Task:        Watering and weeding native grasses and lilies planted in August


Wear:        Sturdy footwear and clothes to protect you from the sun


Bring:        Some drinking water, a mug and some food to share for morning tea

Everyone welcome. No experience needed. Tools provided.

For more information contact Sarah Hnatiuk on 0424 263 565 or at





Sunday 19 August, planting in the Wildflower Triangle grassland

Sunday, 2 September, joint work party with Friends of Aranda Bushland on Aranda Bushland

Sunday 16 September, to be decided

Sunday 21 October, to be decided

Sunday 18 November, to be decided

And a Sunday in December, date to be decided, for an end of year celebration


Work party activities will include weeding, cutting out woody weeds, looking after recently planted tubestock, collecting tree guards from trees that no longer need them, and rehabilitating a patch of native grassland.


For more information, contact us at or Sarah Hnatiuk on 0424 263 565. Other information is on Friends of Mount Painter’s Facebook page.