Adventure Conservation is fun, challenging and takes place in wild places. It delivers important conservation outcomes that could not be done by conventional paid staff because it is too expensive or logistically impossible. Volunteers can find activities that suit a broad range of ages, fitness levels, conservation skills and wilderness experience. But they all have one thing in common they can be done by people who care about wild places and want to protect them for future generations. Outdoor Adventure enthusiasts who go fishing, kayaking, rafting, bush walking, climbing, canyoning, four wheel driving or horse or mountain bike riding can provide valuable input into managing our natural environment whilst having fun. Trained volunteers, who enjoy adventure activities, can provide great value to conservation in remote areas and areas of high conservation value by recording what they see, removing isolated small infestations of weeds, and doing the essential follow up monitoring of previous restoration programs, as they would normally go through these areas anyway. By assisting in managing our natural resources you can build a relationship with the National Parks, Forestry and Crown land managers which can lead to improved access to these areas. Participating in these activities with local landowners and managers can, in some programs, mean you have a local guide to update you on local issues and stories about the land.

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Recent Meetups

  • August 3, 2014 · 8:30 AM

    Conservation Kayaking on Middle Harbour

    11 Conservation Volunteers | 5.00 | 35 Photos

    Project Objectives: ·  Removing Environmental Weeds around Davidson mainly asparagus fern and Lantana and then go for a kayak paddle up middle harbour to check out the... Learn more
  • June 1, 2014 · 8:30 AM

    Conservation Kayaking on Middle Harbour

    10 Conservation Volunteers

    This event involves paddling 3km from Davidson Park boat ramp to an area of the Garigal National Park  to dig up the asparagus fern. We will meet at Davidson park boat... Learn more
  • March 9, 2014 · 8:30 AM

    Nepean River Conservation Kayaking

    2 Conservation Volunteers

    Paddling kayaks 10 km between Russel Street Emu Plains and Devlin Road Castlereagh stopping to treat black willows and some other weeds as we go. We will meet at Devlin... Learn more
  • February 9, 2014 · 8:30 AM

    Conservation Kayaking on Middle Harbour

    2 Conservation Volunteers

    This event invloves paddling 3km from Davison Park boat ramp to an area of the Garigal National Park infested by Asparagus fern and Lantana to dig up the asparagus frn... Learn more
  • December 15, 2013 · 9:00 AM


    3 Conservation Volunteers

    Looking for an eco adventure experience and learn and understand the bush land environment and more!! Waratah Park is the place to come !! We can offer you,your family... Learn more
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