Heavenly Hectares – Enhancing Land Stewardship of Small Properties

Improve your property in Perth’s peri-urban areas – addressing water quality, soil health, fire management, and biodiversity.

Join us for an afternoon workshop led by landcare and sustainable gardens expert, Chris Ferreira. Get ready to dive into valuable insights on managing your property sustainably.

We'll be addressing a range of topics including improving soil health and water quality, protecting and enhancing bushland and native vegetation, managing stock, and tackling threats to your property such as weeds, pests, dieback and fire.

This is your chance to ask questions, connect with experts, and mingle with fellow landholders. Plus, there's interesting displays and stalls and some fantastic prizes to be won! Afternoon tea provided.


  • Improving soil health and water quality
  • Protecting and enhancing native bushland
  • Manage threats such as weeds, wildfire, pests, etc
  • Stalls with information about ReWilding, Biosecurity, growing food and more!

When: Saturday 4th May 2024 

Where: Kalamunda Community Centre 

Time: 1pm - 4pm. Please arrive at 12:45pm for registration and to get a good seat!

Cost: $20 pp.  Includes afternoon tea.

More information: Please contact Bonnie or Tibby at Perth NRM via [email protected] for more information.

Presented by the Shire of Mundaring, City of Kalamunda, the Forever Project and Perth NRM.

This project is supported by Perth NRM, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. 

This project is supported by funding from the Western Australian Government State NRM Program.

Grab your tickets here: Heavenly Hectares - Enhancing Land Stewardship of Small Properties | Humanitix

Event Details

DATE: 04/05/2024
FROM: 1:00pm
TO: 4:00pm
LOCATION: Kalamunda Community Learning Centre Hedley Jorgensen Park, 2 Crescent Rd, Kalamunda WA 6076, Australia
CONTENT TYPE: In Person, Participate
INDUSTRY: All Industries

Organiser details

CONTACT: Bonnie or Tibby

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