NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is part of Department of Planning, Industry and Environment. NPWS manages more than 870 NSW national parks and reserves, covering over 7 million hectares of land.

Keep Australia Beautiful NSW

Keep Australia Beautiful NSW (KAB NSW) are the leaders in transforming behaviour to create a less littered and more environmentally sustainable New South Wales.

Australian Forests and Climate Alliance

The Australian Forests and Climate Alliance aims to end native forest logging, mitigate climate change impact and protect biodiversity, water and natural ecosystems in Australia. The group provides a national network for forest and climate campaigners around the country, builds alliances with relevant organisations and groups, and lobbies with the government and people in leadership […]

Grow Native Plants from seeds and cuttings

An introduction to local species identification and production with Fleur Stelling. Join volunteers from Our Native Garden Nursery to learn the basics of native plant production on a small scale. You will get to know some of our beautiful local native species and find out how to grow your own from seed or cutting.

Invaders and Escapees – Managing pest and weeds on small rural properties

Join the Healthy Hectares team for the next workshop in our series helping small rural property owners to understand and manage land. This workshop will be run via zoom due to current and ongoing COVID restrictions. There is an automatic place reserved for all full course participants (2 people per property)- Please RSVP your attendance.

National pollinator week

Join us to learn more about our wonderful native pollinators and how we can support them in our gardens.

Beyond Mining: Protecting Land, Water & Life

Join for our online counter conference November 22-29 – Beyond Mining: Protecting Land, Water & Life. Join us for a week of workshops, panels, discussions, podcasts, movies, music and connection.

Free: The Park Lands Project

The PARK LANDS PROJECT is a free art, music and citizen science meets nature festival, located in Tuthangga/ Carriageway Park – Park 17.

NATURE MORNING in the PARK LANDS

Join Nature Conservation Society SA and Trees For Life for a morning of bush care and exploring the plants and animals in Park 17. This is a free event.