Seeley Gully Friends

Seeley Gully Friends

Seeley Gully Friends is an informal network of people, most of whom live locally, who treasure a special gully gifted to the people of Hamilton by the doctor who looked after it for nearly 60 years – Dr. Alwyn J. Seeley.

The Friends of the A.J. Seeley Gully Reserve Trust was established to support the group’s regular working bees, planting days and other activities to protect and enhance the gully’s native biodiversity. The Trust is a registered charity and can accept tax-deductible donations.

Hamilton City Council are the primary carers for the gully and a network of volunteers do a range of additional work to enhance restoration efforts. A significant donation from the Seeley family will be used for additional trees and restoration work in the gully.

Volunteers are always welcome. To find out what’s happening with the restoration and for future events, visit the Google Groups page and apply for membership.

Pathway at Seeley's Gully
seeley gully hamilton forest nature wetland
seeley gully hamilton forest nature wetland

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