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Volunteering opportunities

Botany Bay busy bee volunteers. Photo: Ben Khan OEH

Bush regeneration at Kamay Botany Bay

Become a bush regeneration volunteer in the La Perouse section of Kamay Botany Bay National Park in Sydney. Help us protect this park’s native vegetation, meet new people, get fresh air and exercise.

Price
Free. Free park entry.
When

Every Tuesday (excluding December and January), 8.30am–12pm. Every 4th Sunday of the month (excluding December and January), 8am–11am.

Where
La Perouse area in Kamay Botany Bay National Park in Sydney and surrounds
Volunteers participating in bushcare, Bouddi National Park. Photo: David Finnegan

Friends of Malabar Headland

Volunteer for bush regeneration at Malabar Headland in south-east Sydney. Join one of the 2 groups that meet regularly in this national park. Meet like-minded people who share your love of nature. You'll help conserve the area’s Australian native plants and animals.

Price
Free. Free park entry.
When

One group meets every Thursday, and the other every Sunday, 9am–1pm.

Where
Malabar Headland National Park in Sydney and surrounds
Volunteers participate in bush regeneration day, Lane Cove National Park. Photo: Michele Cooper/OEH

Lane Cove National Park bushcare

In Lane Cove National Park, you’ll find a bush regeneration group working somewhere in the park just about every day of the year. Become a volunteer and get actively involved in conserving the biodiversity of this significant tract of Sydney bushland. Meet new people and enjoy the extra exercise in the great outdoors.

Price
Free. Free park entry.
When

Each group decides how often they volunteer. Most bushcare groups volunteer onsite from 9am–1pm, although there are some afternoon groups.

Where
Lane Cove National Park in Sydney and surrounds
Volunteer participating in bush regeneration, Wolli Regional Park. Photo: John Spencer

Wolli Creek bush regeneration

Volunteer with Wolli Creek Preservation Society to help protect the last area of substantial bushland in Sydney’s inner south-west. Be involved in volunteering activities such as weed removal, bush restoration, tree planting, bird surveys, bat counts, stream watch, administration, campaigning and promotion.

Price
Free. Free park entry.
When

1st and 3rd Saturday of every month, 2nd Wednesday of every month, 2nd Sunday of every month, and the 3rd Friday of the month. 8am–11.30am (November to February). 9am–12.30pm (March to October).

Where
Wolli Creek Regional Park in Sydney and surrounds
Evans lookout, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Kevin McGrath/NSW Government