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Lobster Beach bushcare

Bouddi National Park


A group of volunteers works once a month in Bouddi National Park to reduce weed invasion and restore natural vegetation along the shore of Brisbane Water. Whether you live in the area or visit from time to time, you’re welcome to join in as a regular or occasional volunteer.

Bush regeneration

1st Saturday of every month, 9am–12pm.

Lobster Beach, Bouddi National Park
Medium. Steep stair access to beach
Meeting point
Lobster Beach, at the base of the steps.
What to
Sturdy shoes, hat, sunscreen, snacks, drinking water, gardening gloves
More information

Email or phone NSW National Parks on (02) 4320 4224.

Help reduce weed invasion and restore natural vegetation in the blackbutt forest along this lovely part of NSW coastline by participating in volunteer work once a month at Lobster Beach in Bouddi National Park.

Enjoy fresh air, scenic views, like-minded company and a bit of exercise while helping to protect Australian native plants.

Training in plant identification, weeding and planting will be provided. We also have an annual barbecue and boating day for all volunteers. NSW National Parks and Lobster Beach bushcare group look forward to having you along. Please contact us for more information on this exciting volunteering opportunity.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

Lobster Beach, Bouddi National Park. Photo: John Spencer