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Sally Wayte, a Bushcare volunteer with the Friends of Knocklofty in Hobart, helps clear out gorse from bushland in Knocklofty Reserve. Photo: John Sampson Sally Wayte

Want to get involved with an organisation that helps protect a local bushland or coastal area from weeds and other invasive species?

There are thousands of volunteer Landcare, Bushcare, Coastcare and other organisations across Australia that are tackling environmental threats but need more help from people like you.

Below is a national directory of these groups. If you want to get your hands dirty and help Australia keep its wild places safe from weeds and feral animals, joining a local group is a great start!


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Tasmania

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Western Australia


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