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Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group

Ludlow, Western Australia

Ngala kaadatj nidja Wadandi boodja
We acknowledge we are in Wadandi country and pay our respects to elders past and present

Our Objective ...

is to restore and protect the iconic Ludlow Tuart Forest, and the heritage listed Ludlow mill and settlement for the benefit of future generations, biodiversity, tourism, education and research.

Ludlow District Office

Display opening hours

Wednesday (9am to 12 noon)
Sunday (10am to 2pm)

The Ludlow River needs help

The Ludlow Settlement section of the river supports the only breeding rookery used every year by Night Herons, a rare bird struggling for habitat in the present environmental drought circumstances. TRead more

Merry Christmas

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Chevy Blitz

On Saturday 29 July, our Chevy Blitz truck arrived at Ludlow. The truck was donated by Bruce McLagen of Miling, WA. It had been sitting in one of his paddocks for as long as anyone can remember. SoRead more

Before we arrived

This video was produced by Marc at Western Australia Now and Then before we commenced restoration in 2017. Visit us soon and see the incredible work done by our volunteers in the last 5 years. IfRead more

City of Busselton talk - 29 May 2023

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Ludlow Art Prize

We encourage South West of Western Australian artists to enter this inaugural competition. The Ludlow Art Prize will bring people together to shine a light on the listed, critically endangeredRead more

Community award

The Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group has been awarded the ´Shire of Capel Community Group of the Year Winner`. As part of the recognition, the Shire of Capel has kindly donated $1,000 along witRead more

South West Personnel

Esi Garcia, Managing Director and South West Personnel team along with Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group members. South West Personnel provided a very significant donation to our group toRead more

Arum lily eradication

Over the past 4 years, together with Parks and Wildlife and our Ludlow volunteers, we have made a significant impact and near eradication of Arum lilies in the Lockhart and Central planting blocks.Read more

Ludlow understory rehabilitation

Mid 2020, we commenced our understory rehabilitation of the Ludlow settlement 50 hectare lease. With the support of Parks and Wildlife and a grant from Plantrite native nursery and a Federal GovernmeRead more

The Bushfire Front

Members of the Bushfire Front visited Ludlow recently to gain an insight into the work of the Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group. Read more

Western Australian Naturalists` Club

Focus on friends - The Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group, by President Des Donnelly Read more
 

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