If you like gardening and weeding with a purpose, this volunteer activity is for you. Over the last 20 years, Braeside bushcare volunteers have made a real and positive impact on Braeside Upland Swamp in Blue Mountains National Park, near Blackheath.
Showing 5 things to do:
Volunteer to help save the brush-tailed rock-wallaby. Join NSW National Parks in monitoring threatened colonies while camping out over several days in Wollemi National Park. This is a great volunteering opportunity for people who like bushwalking and camping and want to contribute to an important conservation project.
Beautiful Grose Valley in Blue Mountains National Park is under threat from noxious weeds. If you're a natural gardener and want to help stop invading weeds, volunteer for one of the Great Grose weeding activities.
Volunteer with the Prince Henry Cliff Walk bushcare group to help restore native threatened-species habitat in the world-renowned Blue Mountains National Park. Meet like-minded people, learn about special plants and animals, take in magnificent views and enjoy morning tea with the group.
If you’re interested in participating in bush regeneration in the Blue Mountains, why not volunteer with Valley of the Waters bushcare group? Volunteers work along the urban/bushland boundary of Blue Mountains National Park to protect Australian native plants – in particular, dwarf mountain pine and hanging swamp ecologies.