Brownfields Team at Rottnest Island

Woodside help repaint Rottnest Island cottages

Rottnest Island is an A-Class Reserve governed by the Rottnest Island Authority Act, 1987 (the Act), which establishes the Rottnest Island Authority as a statutory body to control and manage the Island, reporting to the Minister for Tourism. The Act gives the Authority the power to control and manage the Island for the following purposes: • Provide and operate recreational and holiday facilities on the Island • Protect the flora and fauna of the Island • Maintain and protect the natural environment and the man-made resources of the Island • To the extent that the Authority’s resources allow, repair its natural environment.

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Woodside Team at Native Arc

Civil and Structural Engineering department help build a wall at Native ARC

Volunteers from Woodside’s Civil and Structural Engineering department were the perfect group for a build and paint job at Native ARC’s animal hospital. Native ARC is a not-for-profit organisation located in the south metropolitan region of Perth. Their work revolves around two important priorities. One is to provide medical attention and rehabilitation services to over 3000 injured or sick wildlife each year. They receive injured wildlife from the general public, vet clinics and rangers. The second priority is to educate the public and schools about the importance of wildlife conservation and the need to protect the rich biodiversity around us.

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Drilling and Completions at Meerlinga

The Drilling and Completions volunteered their time to help add some finishing touches to Meerlinga's playground, building tactile tyres, sanding wooden pallets and turning them into notice boards, garden beds and musical walls and building a teepee! The work all Woodside teams have contributed would have cost Meerlinga more than $35,000!

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Drilling and Completions at Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group

The Drilling and Completions team spent a sunny winters day planting native plants along the Canning River helping Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group to restore the degraded river banks.

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