Landcare Groups in the Hunter Region
Landcare NSW Gateway website has a fairly comprehensive list of Landcare Groups in NSW. You can search for groups via a postcode and it will show you a map of groups in your area.
Port Stephens Council
Tilligerry Habitat Reserve is a 9 ha flora and fauna reserve along a sandy foreshore on Tanilba Bay between the townships of Tanilba Bay and Mallabula.
Lemon Tree Passage Parks, Reserves and Landcare
Soldiers Point and Salamander Bay Tidy Towns
Maitland City Council
Upper Hunter Shire Council
Scone Landcare Inc.
Phone: 0407 232 539
Postal Address: PO Box 276, Scone 2337
Phone: 02 6546 6009
Merriwa Landcare Inc
Jenny Lee – 0429 337 557
Dungog Shire Council
Gresford District Landcare Group
Ken Chandler – ph (02) 4938 9189
Sustaining the Williams Valley
0411 258 257
Singleton Shire Council
Singleton Shire Landcare Network contacts
Ken Lancaster firstname.lastname@example.org ph (02) 6577 5679
Broke Bulga Landcare Group Inc
Wendy Lawson – ph (02) 6579 1334
Postal Address: PO Box 120 Broke
Putty/Three Valleys Landcare Group Inc
Ian David – ph (02) 6579 7171 / 0419 733 022
Lake Macquarie City Council
The Lake Macquarie Landcare Network is the collective voice of more than 300 groups ensuring that Landcare continues to be grassroots driven.
The Network provides a structure for community input into the management of Lake Macquarie Landcare and associated issues such as insurance, development of policy, business of the Network and governance.
The Network also attracts funding and donations through its Public Fund listing. Landcare activities in Lake Macquarie are guided and supported through a partnership between volunteers, Lake Macquarie Landcare Network Incorporated and Lake Macquarie City Council.
Newcastle City Council
The City of Newcastle and the Hunter Region Landcare Network have formed an alliance to help support Landcare volunteers and groups in natural resource management activities such as bush regeneration, dune rehabilitation, seed collection and plant propagation.
Newcastle City Council Landcare List
Trees in Newcastle
Shortland to Wallsend Landcare
Established in 1985 the group will Celebrate 30 years working to rejuvenate several sites at the Western Suburbs of Newcastle.
The group work weekly on Tuesday mornings when not raining starting at 9am to about 11am finishing up with a ‘Cuppa’.
Facebook: Shortland to Wallsend Landcare
Cessnock City Council
Cessnock City Council environment activities
Wollombi District Landcare Group
Chris Jackson – ph (02) 4998 8660
St Philips Christian College Cessnock Junior Landcare Group
Congewai Valley Landcare
Muswellbrook Shire Council
Martindale Creek Catchment Landcare
Muscle Creek Landcare
Lake Liddell Trust