Our Members

Western Landcare represents a diverse range of local groups across Western NSW including but not limited to Rangecare groups, fishing clubs, village committees, school groups, Landcare groups and pest management groups.

Euston Regional Landcare Group

The Euston Regional Landcare Group is about people coming together to deliver sustainable agricultural and environmental projects. The group will offer training to members while concentrating resources toward wide spread farm management issues. This Landcare Group is...

Lower Anabranch Farm Innovation Group

The Lower Anabranch Farming Farming Innovation Group (LAFIG) started in mid 2017 following a number of years research by members into the current and potential effects of predation and uncontrolled grazing on both the grazed/farmed environment and the natural...

Cobb Highway Pest Management Group

Focussed on coordinated pest management, namely wild dog control, we are a group of landholders based along the Cobb Highway between Wilcannia and Menindee. We are a newly formed group and are interested in seeing what opportunities are available to us to continue to...

Mt Hope Pest Control Group

Mt Hope Pest Control Group formed in 2017 as a means to proactive wild dog control for the region. The group identified the issue occurring in surrounding communities and took the steps to implement practical measures to ensure the devastating effects of Wild dogs...

Pine Creek Area Rangecare Group

The Pine Creek Area Rangecare Group’s aim is to promote and carry out the eradication of woody weeds and pest animals, as well as the protection and regeneration of the land and pastures. Established in 1988 the group has been active in Mesquite eradication projects...

Gol Gol Community Reference Group

The Gol Gol Community Reference Group was formed in the early 90’s to rehabilitate and save the Gol Gol Wetlands. The first project the group undertook was to put in $35 000 worth of infrastructure for water management that allowed the rehabilitation and wetting of...

Gilgunnia

Gilgunnia Landcare Group formed in 1996 and since it’s inception has undertaken a range of projects including; a trip to New Zealand to look at sustainable agriculture enterprises, Invasive Native Scrub control projects and rabbit control projects. More recently the...

Warrego Landcare

Warrego Landcare formerly Fords Bridge Landcare were inactive for some time however over the past two years we have re formed and are very much alive. Our group undertakes a range of pest management and Landcare based projects including coordinated wild dog baiting,...

Bottle Bend Reserve Trust

The Trust was established in 2017 to oversee the management of the Bottle Bend Reserve. Bottle Bend provides an opportunity for travellers and locals to enjoy the riverine environment of the Murray River. Facilities are continuously being developed for the public to...

Buckwaroon

Buckwaroon Landcare Group was formed in the early 1990’s when a group of like minded Landholders in the Cobar district came together to undertake projects for the benefit of their environment and on farm profit. The group has since undertaken a range of projects...

Landcare Broken Hill

A group of dedicated volunteers supporting the Regeneration Reserves around Broken Hill and increasing community understanding of the benefits and needs of local endemic flora species through workshops and community events. We have been working in Broken Hill since...

Barrier Area Rangecare Group (BARG)

The Barrier Area Rangecare Group is a proactive, social community group aiming to achieve long-term sustainable landscape management by implementing industry-recognised and innovative land management. The Barrier Area Rangecare Group was established originally in the...

Australian Inland Botanic Gardens

The Australian Inland Botanic Gardens are a Not for Profit Community based botanic gardens. Run almost solely on donations we have created an exciting and beautiful place to visit. Garden beds set to Origin of Region, European to African etc and a Dryland Native area...

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