- Last updated:
- 17 Jun 2020
Changes due to novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
BushCare Sunshine Coast volunteer activities recommenced on Saturday 13 June.
In response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and with the health, safety and well being of our volunteers and community in mind, our program will recommence activities in a staged approach. Our first stage is the recommencement of BushCare Community group working bees - check out our working bee schedule and see how you can get involved.
We are fortunate to call the magnificent Sunshine Coast home. From the beach to the hinterland, we have diverse habitats home to many flora and fauna. BushCare volunteers play a significant role in supporting this - wherever and whenever you volunteer, you'll make a difference!
BushCare Sunshine Coast (previously Community Nature Conservation Program) supports the community to conserve and restore our natural bushland in council's environment reserves. It is a great way to make a positive impact on the environment around you, and you will also be able to meet new people, stay healthy and active, learn new skills and connect with nature.
You can join our 2,000+ BushCare volunteers who annually achieve together:
- planting 20,000+ native trees, shrubs and ground covers
- 1,600+ wheelie bins of weeds composted
- restoring 170 hectares of bushland
- creating habitat corridors
- restoring our local waterways
- building resilience of our dunes.
Join a BushCare Community group
There are over 40 BushCare groups across the Sunshine Coast holding regular working bees you can attend
Tree planting and BushCare events
Gather your friends and family and attend a community planting or EcoVenture event
Get your school or class involved in a BushCare or native tree planting activity in your local area