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Red Hill activity Sunday 4 October 2020 09.00am to 12.30pm

You are invited to join us on Sunday 4 October 2020 at 09.00am for our monthly activity on Red Hill.  We plan on removing ivy, chipping weeds and cutting some woody weeds along the ridge and slopes to the South and East of the Red Hill summit cafeteria.

More information: info@redhillregenerators.org.au

Location: Park in the Red Hill cafe car park. Meet just below the cafe on the Mugga Way side.


  1. Cut and dab woody weeds on the Hill in this vicinity;
  2. Remove ivy;.
  3. Chip weeds

Conditions: open to dense bush, gentle to steep slopes, rocky in parts

You bring: Water to drink, hat, gloves, long sleeved shirt, long pants, eye protection, sunscreen cream, solid enclosed shoes. BYO morning tea. Also bring hand sanitiser, your own pen for signing the book and your own tools if possible. (See Covid 19 Advice below)

We bring: Extra leather gloves, herbicide dabbers, some hand sanitiser, disinfected tools, and instructions. (See Covid 19 Advice below)

NoteIt is important that you attend the Covid safety and activity briefing at 0900.    A byo morning tea is usually held at 11am, with an opportunity to discuss matters of relevance to the Group. Such discussions constitute ‘General Meetings’ as defined by the Rules of our organisation and may be minuted.


Covid 19 Advice

1.  Practice 1.5m social distancing at all times. Do not share tools;

2. All shared tools will be disinfected before and after use. If you have your own tools and a pen to sign the book please bring them;

3. Hand sanitiser will be available. Hands should be sanitised at the group meeting place, before and after putting on gloves or using shared tools. If you have your own gloves and /or hand sanitiser please bring them; 4. Please do not sign the attendance book or touch shared equipment without first sanitising your hands;

5. If you feel unwell please stay at home.


Cancellation: The activity will be cancelled by email (if possible) if rain/wind is forecast which could make planned work potentially hazardous, high temperatures before midday are forecast, total fire bans are announced, air pollution is ‘hazardous’ or Covid 19 restrictions in force. Note: The Red Hill Regenerators Group is advised by the ACT Parks & Conservation Service and the information below:

  1. Guidelines for Volunteer fieldwork in extreme conditions‘, which addresses extreme temperatures and poor air quality, as measured by PM2.5 levels (to obtain up to the minute information about air quality, there are a number of Apps, including the ‘Air Matters‘ App);
  2. ‘Volunteer Fieldwork through Covid19’ latest update;
  3. Information at: https://www.covid19.act.gov.au/protecting-yourself-and-others