Volunteering for an environmentally focused community group can be a highly rewarding experience.

We have a number of fantastic, active community groups in our region. These groups are friendly, welcoming and always looking for new members. Here are some of the volunteer community groups currently working in our area – get in touch!

Macclesfied Bushcare Group

Working to restore the natural areas around Macclesfield.

Bremer Barker Catchment Group

Mt Barker
Tackling catchment wide environmental issues and advocacy.

Flaxley Landcare Group

Undertaking bushcare, revegetation, pest plant and animal control.

Doctor’s Creek Landcare Group Inc

Working on weed management, revegetation and rehabilitation primarily in riparian zones.

Angas River Catchment Group

Involved in bushcare, pest plant and animal control, landcare, revegetation and information sharing.

Clayton Bay Nursery and Environment Group

A local community native nursery for revegetation, environmental conservation.

Angas-Bremer Water Management Committee

Representing irrigators of the Angas-Bremer district supporting sustainable practices.

Hindmarsh Island Landcare Group

Hindmarsh Island
Undertakes seed collection, propagation, revegetation on many sites on Hindmarsh Island.

Signal Point Riverine Environment Group

Passionate about water quality monitoring, frog monitoring (training provided) and revegetation.

Goolwa Coastcare

Working continually on coastal on-ground works and awareness raising activities.

Finniss Catchment Group

Manages a native plant nursery, undertakes weed control in riparian zones and water quality monitoring.

Kanmantoo / Callington Landcare Group

Works to protect and improve native vegetation and increase community environmental knowledge.

Prospect Hill Bushland Group

Prospect Hill
Collectively manages bushland across multiple properties.

Friends of Nurragi Reserve

Holds regular working bees to enhance the Nurragi Conservation Reserve.

Strathalbyn Naturalists

A meeting place for people with an interest in local natural history.

Sustainable Strath

Holds monthly meetings at the Strathalbyn Natural Resource Centre to share information about environmental sustainability.

Point Sturt and District Landcare Group

Point Sturt
Manages a lakeshore council site on Point Sturt Road and supports landholders to undertake revegetation.

Rodwell Creek/Wistow Landcare Group

Undertakes on-ground works to improve water quality  and enhance biodiversity.