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African Olive and Woody Weeds Field Day 2019

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Sunday 24/03/2019

9.30AM - 2.30PM

Venue: Stuart Park Oval, Hinton

Address: 17 Swan Street, Hinton 2321

Cost: Free to public, places limited, bookings highly recommended.

Email: weeds@portstephens.nsw.gov.au

Phone: (02) 4988 0326

You’re invited to attend our FREE African Olive and other Woody Weeds Field Day!

Join Costa Georgiadis of ABC's Gardening Australia and Port Stephens Council for a fun, informative and family-friendly field day where you'll:

  • hear from weed control industry experts
  • witness exciting live demonstrations including unmanned aerial aircraft demonstrations
  • learn about the latest technology in weed control
  • learn how to identify and control African Olive and other woody weeds on your property
  • learn how goats can help you control weeds on your property
  • explore a mini-expo of rural businesses

Plus, for the kids:

  • one free ice cream per child
  • jumping castle
  • petting zoo
  • face painting


African Olive and woody weeds are invasive species that are taking over properties across the Hunter and harbouring pests like foxes, rabbits and myna birds. Find out more about our Priority Weeds including African Olive.

Contact Council’s Invasive Species team on (02) 4988 0392 or email weeds@portstephens.nsw.gov.au to confirm your attendance.

* Costa Georgiadis is represented by Celebrity Speakers.

How to get there


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