Friends of Reserves Groups

The City has an active Friends of Reserves Program with over 20 groups working in City bushland and coastal reserves. 

The City of Busselton recognises the valuable contribution volunteers make to the management and enhancement of the natural environment

  • Ensuring volunteers are encouraged, supported and recognised is a priority for the City.
  • Friends Groups play an integral part to the conservation and care of City reserves for present and future generations.

Examples of activities to get involved in:

  • Revegetation and weed control
  • Flora and fauna surveys
  • Interpretive signage and pamphlets
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Dieback treatment
  • Community education and guided walks
  • Seed collection
  • Rubbish removal
  • Citizen science projects

Benefits of becoming involved in a Friends Group

  • helping to restore natural areas in your local area
  • meeting new people who share a common interest
  • learning more about local flora and fauna
  • health benefits from outdoor activity
  • learning new skills through training opportunities
  • helping to raising community awareness of the values of reserves
  • contributing to citizen science projects.

Friends Groups and Reserve Location Map

Friends Group Manual

Get more information on joining a Friends Group by accessing our Friends Group Manual

For further information or to talk with an Environment Officer call the City on 08 9781 0444.

Related Information

Friends Group Manual

Environmental Volunteer Management and Engagement Strategy

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