As all MUMC activities involve the outdoor environment it is up to us to look after it. Conservation trips involve a range of activities such as restoration of native vegetation, nestbox monitoring of native species and spotting of iconic australian fauna. 

Tree Planting
Photo: Emma Johnson

All conservation activities are a team effort, with volunteers from many organisations and walks of life joining together. Renowned for their great atmosphere, conservation trips are a fantastic opportunity to meet fellow environmentally minded people, plan new adventures and have a good time. This is while contributing to worthy causes and helping the environment. 


Photo credit: Don Teng

Does this sound like your thing? Would you like to know more about past MUMC conservation trips? Check out the Mountaineer. 

Upcoming Conservation Trips

G.R.O.U.T. 101

Wed 2 May 2018 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Regent Honeyeater Project: Planting Weekend 1

Fri 11 5:00pm - Sun 13 May 2018 2:00pm
This trip has been cancelled.

Tree Planting with the Regent Honeyeater Project

Sat 12 6:30am - Sun 13 May 2018 5:00pm

Regent Honeyeater Project: Planting Weekend 2

Fri 25 5:00pm - Sun 27 May 2018 2:00pm

Regent Honeyeater Project: Planting Weekend 3

Fri 8 5:00pm - Sun 10 Jun 2018 2:00pm

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Past Conservation Trips

Koala Conservation Day Trip

Sun 18 Mar 2018 8:00am - 5:00pm

Koala Conservation Day Trip

Sun 4 Mar 2018 8:00am - 5:00pm

SPRATS - Expression of Interest

Fri 6 - Mon 16 Oct 2017

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