Boonah and District Landcare members help landholders improve the local environment. Their members are actively engaged in a range of activities and practices that promote biodiversity and healthy ecosystems and the role of these in food production. Boonah and District Landcare members work to improve the natural environment of the Scenic Rim.
Formed in 1999. Restoring native vegetation at Tarrabora Reserve, Palm Beach and Toolona Park, Tugun in partnership with City of Gold Coast Beaches to Bushland Landcare Program.
Springbrook Weedbusters is a volunteer ran group focusing on the removal of weeds in Springbrook National Park. They work alongside National Parks and the Watergum community to help people with the identification, impacts, prevention and control of weeds.
Ngarang-Wal Gold Coast Aboriginal Association Incorporated (G.C.A.A Inc.) is registered with the Queensland Government and Office of Fair Trading as an Incorporated Association that complies with the Associations Incorporation Act 1981 and the Associations Incorporation Regulation 1999. We are a not-for-profit association with a governing Board of Directors. Their association comprises of Kombumerri descendants, the Traditional Owners of the Gold Coast area. Their claim to this area extends north to the Coomera River, South to the Tweed River and west to the Hinterlands. They have a unique dialect and recognise their language as the Bundjalung-Yugambir group. Ngarang-Wal G.C.A.A Inc. has representatives from 5 of the 6 family groups, these family groups come from a long line of the Kombumerri people of the Gold Coast area. They all stem from our apical ancestor Warri, her ancestors…
The Nerang Riverkeepers was established in 2000 and has assisted with the restoration of the Nerang River on the Gold Coast.
LCCA gathers together a community of people with a love of gardening and a respect for our environment
A group dedicated to the Preservation of Lake Hugh Muntz
Friends undertake many honorary activities to promote and support the Gardens. They are advocates and partners. Their roles include leadership and inspiring the community, planning, planting, propagating and gardening, fundraising, coordinating events, education and visitors services such as guiding and children’s programmes. Friends are involved in a range of technical aspects such as assisting with Plant Collections, Records and the Herbarium. They are also involved with creative activities including arts and crafts and floral arranging using Australian native plants.
Friends of Rainbow Bay Society is a small not for profit group dedicated to maintaining and improving the Rainbow Bay, Snapper Rocks and Froggy’s Beach environment.
Friends of Federation Walk's mission is to prepare a Master Plan for the regeneration of the vegetation on The Spit (Gold Coast, Australia) and create public access for passive recreation, to ensure present and future generations of the community have access to enjoy, appreciate and care for The Spit.