wybejong park management plan - february 2020
Wybejong Park is a linear parkland devoted to indigenous plants, with a walking track which connects Lake Park to Smith's Nursery which began as the plantings of the first white settlers. It has both exotic specimen trees and indigenous plants.
Plans of management for Wybejong Park were written in June 1997 / 1998, and updated in March 2003 when willow trees (but one) were the last major woody weeds removed in Wybejong Park. In early 2020 the last one was removed. Ongoing weed control includes plum trees, hawthorn, briar rose, serrated tussock, blackberry, gorse, bridal creeper, angled onion, thistles, etc... Our management plan - written in 2009 - has guided work until the introduction of our most recent Plan in 2020.
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