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.

Four Mile Beach North and Middle Regular Monthly Clean-up Event

Looking for a way to be part of practical solutions for our environment? Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas is one of our longest running QLD beach monitoring sites. We have been cleaning and collecting data from this site each month for the past 11 years.

Spring into Scavenge Cairns

Seaside Scavenge is a beach clean-up where the litter you collect becomes a currency to purchase pre-loved clothes, books and more that have been donated by your local community!

Adelaide Beach Clean

We are really excited to be working with the Semaphore Largs Dunes Group to remove rubbish and assist in weed control.

Repair Cafe

The Repair Cafe is open 2- 4pm every first and second Sunday of each month, it is about breaking the cycle of ‘buy, use, toss it out’.The Repair Cafe is open 2- 4pm every first and second Sunday of each month, it is about breaking the cycle of ‘buy, use, toss it out’.

Chemical CleanOut

The NSW Environment Protection Authority, in conjunction with Willoughby City Council, will be holding a Household Chemical CleanOut event in the Willoughby Council area. Bring your old and unwanted household chemicals along and we will dispose of and/or recycle them for you, for free.

The Melbourne Mega Bat Count – Doveton

Join us at dusk on the Tuesday evening for a bat count at Doveton. We meet approximately 30 mins before dusk to give us enough time to get organised and walk a few hundred metres to the counting positions.

The Melbourne Mega Bat Count – Doveton

Join us at dusk on the Tuesday evening for a bat count at Doveton. We meet approximately 30 mins before dusk to give us enough time to get organised and walk a few hundred metres to the counting positions.

The Melbourne Mega Bat Count – Yarra Bend Park

Join us at dusk on the Wednesday evening for a bat count. We meet approximately 30 mins before dusk to give us enough time to get organised and walk a few hundred metres to the counting positions, which are positioned on and around a golf course.