Bega Aboriginal Land Council employs innovative new tool to speed up hollow habitat for vulnerable native species post bushfires on the NSW Far South Coast

Ellouise Bailey
Updated July 7 2022 - 1:13pm, first published June 24 2022 - 10:00am
(BACK LEFT) Chris Hoskins from the Bega Local Aboriginal Land Council, arborists Zac Luimes, and Tyler Bolitho. (FRONT LEFT) Christjan Peters from Dynamic Tree Services, and arborist Ramon Hatcher. Photo taken at the Bega LALC's property in Bemboka. Photo: Ellouise Bailey
(BACK LEFT) Chris Hoskins from the Bega Local Aboriginal Land Council, arborists Zac Luimes, and Tyler Bolitho. (FRONT LEFT) Christjan Peters from Dynamic Tree Services, and arborist Ramon Hatcher. Photo taken at the Bega LALC's property in Bemboka. Photo: Ellouise Bailey

An incredible project in the Bega Valley carried out by the Bega Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC) is nearing completion, with more than 100 new hollows created using an innovative new tool on pockets of land decimated by bushfires.

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Ellouise Bailey

Ellouise Bailey

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Queensland Country Life reporter based in Rockhampton and reporting on agriculture in the central Queensland region. Got a story? Get in touch: 0447 477 399 or email ellouise.bailey@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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