School Bushcare and Tree Planting Volunteering
  • Last updated:
  • 02 Apr 2019

Is your school interested in a great way for students to connect with their local environment and community? Your students can get involved in a regular or one-off bushcare or native tree planting activity and benefit by:

  • connecting with and learning about their local environment
  • getting outdoors and being active
  • giving back to their community and local environment
  • learning about local plant and animal species
  • learning new skills
  • working as a team to achieve a goal.

What is provided

  • Planning and preparation for a suitable bushcare/tree planting activity. Where possible, we will select a location close to your school and choose an activity suitable for your age and size of group.
  • Supervision by one of our qualified Community Nature Conservation Officers.
  • All plants, materials, tools and first aid kit.
  • Safety and skills induction.
  • Information about the site and how their activity links to other local projects.
  • Upon request, we can invite our local bushcare volunteers, assist with transport, recommend or assist with additional educational activities.

More information

For more information view our factsheet [654KB].

Or contact the Senior Community Nature Conservation Officer on 07 5499 5178 or email