Volunteer with a biodiversity project
Volunteering on biodiversity projects greatly helps to protect and enhance important local natural areas. As the Inner West area is highly urbanised, the hard work of volunteers is vital in preserving local native vegetation and wildlife.
From helping out at community nurseries to collecting data on a range of animal species, to collecting native seeds in the bush, there are plenty of ways to get involved.
Some of the benefits of volunteering for a biodiversity project are:
- Gaining practical skills in bush regeneration
- Learning about native plant and weed identification
- Learning about the local natural environment
- Being outdoors in a friendly environment
- Meeting new people who share similar interests
Check out all the biodiversity volunteering options currently available.
Volunteer at the Green Living Centre
The Green Living Centre is an initiative by the Inner West Council to support and inspire the the local community to live more sustainably.
Volunteers are involved in a wide range of activities and are essential in keeping the centre's programs running smoothly.
Find out how you can get involved with the Green Living Centre.