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Coastcare and Bushcare
The City of Mandurah has six Coastcare and ten Bushcare groups consisting of volunteers from the community. These volunteers are involved in a variety of activities for particular coastal and bushland reserves, with the aim of protecting and restoring the natural environment.
Each group has enthusiastic and willing volunteers who’s desire and passion is to conserve, protect and promote natural resource management within the City of Mandurah. Volunteers help raise the community’s appreciation for their natural environment.
The City of Mandurah's Coastcare and Bushcare Groups evolved as a result of local community members wanting to participate in regular environmental activities. Coastcare and Bushcare volunteers provide an important resource to the City of Mandurah in achieving improved environmental outcomes. They contribute to on-ground works and often spend significant amounts of time each week working towards environmental goals.
What do Coastcare and Bushcare Groups do?
The ongoing success of the Coastcare and Bushcare groups is due to each group’s dedication, vision and exceptional leadership. The groups continue to recruit new members and encourage current members through hands-on environmental rehabilitation activities such as seed collecting and planting days.
Other activities include:
- National Tree Day
- Clean Up Australia Day
- Clean ups of local reserves
- Sand dune stabilisation
- Monitoring and recording flora and fauna
- Promotion and education
Why should I become involved?
By becoming involved you can help to stop sand dune and soil erosion, clean underground water systems, combat salinity and provide habitat for wildlife through planting, brushing, cleanups and many other projects.
You can make a difference by participating in on-ground activities while also:
- Meeting like-minded people who share a common interest
- Enjoying the natural coastline and bushland
- Learning more about local fauna and flora
- Promoting community awareness of appropriate environmental practices
- Re-establishing environmental values
What can I do to help?
You can help by joining one or more of the following groups:
|Bouvard Coastcare||Friends of Beacham Reserve|
|Comet Central Coastcare||Friends of Dawesville Reserve|
|Comet North Coastcare||Friends of Island Point Reserve|
|Falcon Coastcare||Friends of Janis Street Reserve|
|Halls Head Coastcare||Friends of Marlee Reserve|
|Seascapes Coastcare||Friends of Reserve 860|
|Friends of Serpentine River|
|Friends of Tindale Reserve|
How do the Coastcare Groups operate?
The City of Mandurah provides a Community Landcare Officer to run the Coastcare and Bushcare groups. It is their role to oversee the operational, administration and technical services of the Groups.
How can I join a Coastcare Group?
You can join any Coastcare or Bushcare group by
Or by picking up a free membership form from Mandurah Library, Falcon eLibrary and Community Centre, City Administration Office, Rangers office, or contact any Coastcare coordinator or Community Landcare Officer, selecting which group you want to join and returning by reply paid post to the City of Mandurah.