As we all know springtime is the peak season for wildflowers across the Royal but another little known feast for our eyes occurs all across the park in Autumn, if you know where to look.
The best locations are to be found in the rainforest where deep, damp leaf litter occurs and an incredible diversity and abundance of fabulous fungi explode from the ground. We have captured some photos of this phenomenon to spark your interest, so on your next bushwalk keep your eyes to the ground and you will see something of this amazing display.
To see the full story and the incredible array of pictures taken by one of our members select the READ MORE tab.
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We are a enthusiastic and dedicated bunch of individuals and groups from all walks of life and with various interests, but drawn together by the common goals of protecting, preserving and appreciating the Royal and the surrounding National Parks.
Among our aims, the current focus is to encourage and enlist volunteer support for more scientific research, litter removal and bush regeneration / weed removal in particular. Check the link below for details.
Voluntary activities run regularly and are a great way to help preserve and protect this beautiful area and to meet like minded people. Volunteering is fun!!
Volunteer expression of interest form
A Volunteer calendar is available for the next three months
Help with bush regeneration and weed control in the Royal.Find out More >
Help preserve our beautiful parks.Find out More >
Join us on walks to our favourite places.Find out More >