It's part of Bathurst's history, it's endangered, and it needs your help.
The Boundary Road Reserve is 210 acres of pre-colonial grassy box woodland in need of some tender love and care.
The reserve's Landcare group dedicate a lot of time to maintaining the property, but chairman of the group Roger Hargraves said they're in need of some younger hands.
"We've got some enthusiastic people but we're all 70ish so we'd love some young people to come and join us," he said.
" ... it's pleasant work in an interesting environment and if there's some people who wanted to come along, particularly fit and young people, and do a bit of land care, some weeding and maintenance we would love to see them."
The Landcare group generally hold working bees on the first Saturday of every month running for three or four hours in the morning.
With weeding, mowing, planting natives and general maintenance all on the list, Mr Hargraves said they are planning on breaking the reserve up and focusing on one section at a time to make it easier.
"There's planting to be done, so we replace the weeds with natives," he said.
"There's a bit of track mowing and track maintenance that we do, it usually involves a few of us getting out a tractor, cutting culverts and things like that.
"We've just finished assembling and painting the nest boxes and then there's things like building seats and then installing the seats ... So there's work to be done for enthusiastic people there."
Anyone interest in joining the working bees are encouraged to contact the Boundary Road Reserve.
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