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Weaving Garden

The Weaving Garden Environment Group commenced in February 2006 and conducts activities within the Weaving Garden, which runs alongside Casula Road. Activities include tree planting, weed removal, litter removal and mulching.

The Weaving Garden Environment Group assisted in delivering the "Green Web Regional Corridors - Weaving Garden and Leacock Regional Park" project. This project was an initiative of both the Liverpool City Council (LCC) and Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (DECCW) and received funding assistance from the Australian Government's Green Web Program and the Sydney Metropolitan Catchment Management Authority (SMCMA). The project aims to increase the extent, condition and connectivity of native vegetation (endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland) within the Weaving Garden and adjoining section of Leacock Regional Park.

When: second Saturday of each month

Activity time: 12pm – 2pm

Group meets: at the seats inside the reserve at the end of Casula Road, Casula