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Helping to conserve the amazing biodiversity at Hunter Wetlands Centre.

Monday 17 October, 2016.

In October our Marketing department swapped their keyboards for gardening gloves and headed to the Hunter Wetland Centre, using a community leave day to plant hundreds of new seedlings that will help conserve the amazing biodiversity at this unique site.

The Hunter Wetlands Centre was established in 1985 with the purpose of promoting and understanding, conservation and enjoyment of wetlands and involving the community in restoring the site from a disused sporting field and rubbish dump into a vibrant wetland ecosystem bursting with life.

Over the years, restoration of the 43 hectare site has been supported largely by groups of volunteers and partner organisations.

We are proud to contribute to the growth and success of the HWCA through our CommunityAssist program and the Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation.

Staff plant seeds for the future
Staff plant seeds for the future.

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