The Crescent Head/Point Plomer Dune Care crew wreaked havoc on bitou bush during their August session.
The area between the Delicate Nobby campground and beach had been sprayed by National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) and the team crashed through dead limbs to get the seedlings of bitou that would eventually grow to crowd out native vegetation.
As usual the group had a distinctly international flavour due to the significant number of helpers from Waves Campground.
This always leads to fascinating discussions and even a foreign dish for morning tea.
A few new locals also made sure a good swathe of the National Park will be transformed.
This was all good preparation for the Dune Care group's initiative in early September.
They will be having a massive 'Whack a Weed' session that will run from Saturday September 7 through to their normal session on Tuesday September 7.
Many people have expressed regret that their work day commitments don't allow them to join in on Tuesdays so this four day block hopefully brings in lots more helpers for portions of the extended period to help weed and plant.
NPWS is offering free camping at Delicate Nobby for participants and the days will be split into two sessions - one from 8.30am till 12.30pm and the second from 1.30pm till 4.30pm.
The group is hopeful that many people can put in one or two hours following a brief training session and all tools will be supplied.
A long sleeved top, long pants, enclosed shoes and sun hat is the best clothing and water and food to keep you going is a must to bring along.
Further details can be obtained from Pete Watson on 0427 434-643 or Graeme on 0424 656-479.