Coreen Schnitzerling aims to revegetate all the creeklines on her property. She is pictured here standing in front of 4 year old revegetation. This Open Property occurred on National Threatened Species Day and visitors were treated to seeing several threatened plant species.
Numerous Camphor Laurels, like the one shown in the background, have been successfully killed using the frilling technique. Camphor, lantana and duranta used to choke the riparian areas on Coreen’s property. Dead weed trees are now left to provide wildlife habitat.
Some revegetation on Coreen’s property. Note the use of sedges, shrubs and trees in the plantings.
Botanist, Ann Moran, points out some identifying characteristics of plants on Coreen’s property.
Signs on the main road frontage to Coreen’s property shows her involvement in a local rainforest recovery project.
Seed capsules of the threatened tree, Southern Penda (Xanthostemon oppositifolius)