In the days leading up to Christmas 2023, a number of sand traps were erected on the newly scraped section of the lower part of the beach, just above high tide. This can be attributed to the efforts of both DuneCare volunteers and Clarence Valley Council. The effect of some very windy days at Wooli has now seen the start of the build up of sand around the sand traps. The heavy rainfall over New Year has brought about the re-emergence of some already established ground covers with green leaves poking their heads up in various places along the top edge of the scraping. It is now time to give the regeneration programme a helping hand by joining the DuneCare effort and volunteering to install more sand traps and plant out the exposed face of the sand scraping. While it may look like a secondary dune, it not that yet. It will take time & effort to stabilise the migration of sand by installing sand traps and planting out. Read more about how you can assist at DuneCare Newsletter. No matter how much time you are able to contribute, become a DuneCare member to volunteer.