WELCOME TO LANDCARE IN THE ILLAWARRA
What is Landcare
Landcare is a national grass roots movement driven by volunteers around Australia who are addressing environmental issues we are facing as a nation. This could be anything from poor water quality, salinity and erosion, loss of biodiversity, poor soil health, impacts from climate change, impacts from invasive species, coastal degradation, marine debris issues, and a loss of Australian wildlife. Thankfully over 5, 500 groups around the country are working on these issues from remote rural communities to bustling busy cities through activities such as seed collections, tree plantings, weed removal, clean up events, erosion control, native species recovery projects and pest species management.
Thousands of everyday Australians get their hands dirty and regularly make a difference, and here in there Illawarra we have over 100 Landcare and Bushcare groups working to repair our local environment. Join today!
Meet the Volunteers
Kurt Laboyrie, Kiama NSW
Tony Hepworth, Shellharbour NSW
Landcare Illawarra Chair
Jenna Kelly, Wollongong NSW
Primary School Teacher
Number of Landcare groups
Number of landholders working with us
Number of plants planted
There is often a shortage of suitable nesting places and building materials, so native bees will readily take up “artificial” housing if you provide it.
Join us on Saturday the 7th of April for our third “Habitat for Wildlife” workshop as part of a regional series of habitat workshops.
Join Wildside Australia’s Brendon Levot on a journey through a diversity of ecosystems we commonly work in […]