The Native Plants Queensland Gold Coast branch work to conserve, propagate and educate people about the plants native to the Gold Coast area.
Beechmont District Landcare Association aim to protect, preserve and enhance natural habitat on the Beechmont Plateau and Back Creek Catchment. The group meet on the first Monday of the month for a working bee in Beechmont Pioneer Reserve!
Bonogin Valley is nestled between Tallebudgera and Austinville with the upper reaches of Bonogin Creek protected by Council and National Park. Bonogin Valley Bushcare Group has been helping to protect and restore the Bonogin Creek catchment since 2013. Working in partnership with GCCC, contractors and passionate volunteers, they have been able to increase the area of riparian vegetation, help protect creek banks from erosion, reduce weeds and improve habitat opportunities for native wildlife. Currently they are working on a project at Firth Park, Mudgeeraba, with the aim of planting 50,000 native trees along the creek. Each month is an opportunity to learn about restoration techniques while helping our environment, they encourage community involvement and it’s a great morning outdoors! They meet bi-monthly on the first Saturday of the month from February to November.
GC Intrepid Landcare operate with the intention of creating a space for young people in the Gold Coast area to connect and collaborate with like minded individuals to enable learning and experiencing of the natural world, all whilst having a tangible positive impact. An Ecology Camp is held bi-monthly, see facebook page for dates.
Gold Coast Shorebirds are a not-for-profit organisation with the objective of ensuring that the migratory shorebirds and Australian Shorebirds of the Gold Coast are protected and managed.
The group aims to help educate people on the biodiversity hotspot that Springbrook is by delivering education, workshops and occasional expert talks.
The group is committed to helping maintain the Burleigh Heads to Springbrook nature corridor; through community engagement, habitat restoration, working with landholders, koala conservation, working with local indigenous peoples to encourage community cultural awareness and much more!
The Hinterland Regional Park Bushcare Group help to create sustainable ecosystems that support local wildlife. They encourage community engagement and help with the development of skills to further support their landcare work. They meet on the first and third Saturdays of the month from 8am – 10am through the year from February to November.
The group carry out restoration works on Currumbin Creek between Nicoll’s Crossing and Pocock’s Bridge. They meet on the 3rd Saturday of every month from February to November.
Tamborine Mountain Landcare inc. undertake and encourage the preservation of areas that are significant for natural and cultural heritage on Tamborine Mountain, whilst conserving wildlife habitat and native vegetation. They promote community awareness of Tamborine Mountain’s environmental issues and its natural values. The Tuesday Team meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 8am – 10am, and the Saturday group meet on the 3rd Sat of month from 8am – 10am.