Volunteer with a group near you!

The Greater Sydney region has almost 1000 landcare and bushcare groups working through out the region. To find a group near you visit the Landcare in NSW Map here.

About the Greater Sydney Landcare Network

The Greater Sydney Landcare Network (GSLN) is a network of community groups and others who are working to protect, restore and improve the natural environment of Greater Sydney. We are a membership-based community organisation, incorporated in 2014 with an elected committee of volunteers and professionals. We represent the interests of those working, voluntarily or otherwise in natural area restoration, in metropolitan Sydney, greater western Sydney, Central Coast and the Blue Mountains.

Our members are groups and individuals engaged in protecting and caring for the natural environment of our region, including volunteers and professionals. Members include council bushland managers, representatives of Botanic Gardens, environmental event organisers, local bushcare and landcare groups, community organisations, regional networks, professional bush regeneration companies and individuals. Membership applications can be made through the website

Refer to our website for upcoming events, or download an incentives brochure here

Projects

Greater Sydney Landcare Network a Science In Life event on Climate change and the challenge of beliefs in environmental restoration.

Source to Sea 2015 is a celebration of the landcare and bushcare volunteers working on our Rivers. Events will take place through out May. Participants will get to see their local rivers in a whole new light, and hear the stories from the groups that work to protect them. Check out our amazing line up of activities below. Source to Sea 2015 is a partnership event between Greater Sydney Local Land Services and the Greater Sydney Landcare Network through funding from Greater Sydney Local Land Services, Landcare Australia, National Landcare Program, Neutrogena Naturals and the Department of Primary Industries.

Volunteers contributing to conservation outcomes across the threatened Cumberland Plain Woodland.

This project integrates practices to conserve biodiversity and deliver low-impact sustainable grazing activities across multiple properties; by capacity building local communities to develop and implement a landscape-scale framework in the catchment.

Monthly Friday meetings to discuss and support conservation across the Cumberland Plains and Western Sydney.

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