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Bush Regeneration - Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub

Restore areas of the Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub listed as a Critically Endangered Ecological Community, which is restricted to less than 1% of its original area.

Dates and times

One sunday each month, from 9:00am to 12:00pm

Project overview

This volunteer bush regeneration project has been occuring since February 2004 an Volunteers have done a terrific job of assisting professional bush regenerators and staff in helping to promote resilience and assisting natural regeneration of indigenous species.

This project include a diverse tasks including the removal of invasive species, soil stimulation and seed collection.

Benefits of volunteering on this unique project

  • It's a fantastic way to connect and socialise with like-minded people and the environment
  • Improving your health and wellbeing by getting active in the outdoors
  • It's a practical way to improve the natural environment, thinking globally and acting locally
  • Learning new skills and improving knowledge in native and exotic plant identification and control methods, which may well come in handy in your own garden.

Any questions? Get in touch!

You can email us at if you have any questions or concerns


Bush Regeneration Volunteers are required to:

  • Understand the goals and objectives of the volunteer group

  • Work positively and cooperatively within a diverse group of individuals from a wide range of backgrounds

  • Work unsupervised and as part of a team depending upon the project.

  • All participants must be fully COVID-19 vaccinated.

What do volunteers need?

On the day you will need long sleeves and long trousers, water, sturdy enclosed shoes, wide-brimmed hat and sunscreen.

What do we supply?
Onsite training, all the tools, gloves and morning tea.

What to expect
No experience is necessary, just a passion for conservation and getting your hands dirty.

Good physical fitness is also required – bush regeneration can be hard work.