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Cane toads get reprieve as weather cancels muster night

Pam Gray, the council's invasive species officer, with a cane toad.
Pam Gray, the council's invasive species officer, with a cane toad. Scott Powick

A CANE toad muster planned for Koala Beach, Pottsville, tonight has been cancelled due to poor weather conditions.

But don't worry, it's back on Wednesday from 8pm.

To join in, meet at the corner of Bottlebrush Dr and Sassafras St.

You will need to bring a torch, wear a long-sleeved shirt, long pants and covered shoes.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

For more info, phone Pam Gray at Tweed Shire Council on 02 6670 2778.

Topics:  cane toad, pottsville, tweed shire council



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