Friends of O’Halloran Hill

Friends of O’Halloran Hill provides voluntary assistance in the on ground management of the O’Halloran Hill precinct (formerly called O’Halloran Hill Recreation Park) within the Glenthorne National Park, and in particular the clearing and control of woody weeds such as feral olive trees, wild artichokes and fennel, and re-vegetates the cleared areas with endemic native trees.

The O’Halloran Hill precinct had been cleared of its native vegetation, and for more than 90 years was used for grazing. Over the past 40 years much of the area has been revegetated.

Formed in 1999 as The Friends of O’Halloran Hill Recreation Park, Friends of O’Halloran Hill meets on Tuesday and Saturday mornings.