A Day of Celebration

Saturday, the 4th March, 2023
Mullumbimby Community Gardens


A one-day celebration of bush regen, regenerative farming and lots more, will happen at the Mullumbimby Community Gardens, on the 4th of March, 2023, in the Bundjalung Nation in northern New South Wales.

It will be an all ages, all abilities accessible event, with workshops, talks, a tree-planting, music and fun, with the irrepressible Mandy Nolan as MC.

If you are interested in volunteering or supporting this event in any way, please contact us.

Funding details below and more details about the day, including a program, and social media links, coming soon.

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Seed Propagation Workshops

In the lead-up to the March 2023 celebration, native seed propagation workshops are happening in a number of community settings and public primary schools across the Byron Shire, including but not limited to Byron Bay, Mullumbimby, Eureka, and Goonengerry.

One of the workshops will take place at Red Inc., a local disability service provider, and partner on this project. Another will take place at the Byron Bay Herb Nursery, with people with disabilities who work and volunteer at the nursery.

The workshops are being delivered by staff from the highly respected Firewheel Rainforest Nursery, which has been involved in many tree-planting and regeneration projects over several decades.

BBPS WS close up student

BBPS close up plant

Restoring and preventing further loss of native forests is essential for combating climate change

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 2022

The healthier our ecosystems are, the healthier the planet – and its people.

United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, 2021-2030

We have amazing organizations already existing in Australia, like Landcare, like wildlife rescuers…. and I’d encourage everybody to participate.

Dr Ian Creswell, Co-author, Australia’s State of the Environment Report 2021

Our Funders & Partners

Proudly funded by NSW

This not-for-profit community project is proudly funded by the NSW Government’s Reconnecting Regional NSW Community Events Fund, and was obtained through a competitive grant advertised by the Byron Shire Council.