Support Noosa Landcare
Noosa Landcare have made it easier for you to become part of the Landcare network. You can now become a member via the web.
NDLG currently work throughout the Burnett Mary & Sunshine Coast regions, as well as delivering presentations & workshops interstate.
Noosa and District Landcare offer a diverse range of endemic plants for small gardens and large revegetation projects.
The coastal volunteer network monitors water quality at 24 sites throughout Noosa, Peregian and Boreen Point.
Training & Education
Our integrated training and education program is the most important aspect of the services provided by Noosa & District Landcare Group.
Visit the publications section of our website for a range of information such as 'Capabilities of Noosa Landcare' or local plant information.
Noosa & District Landcare
- Aims & Objectives
Our aim is to promote the value, protection and rehabilitation of the Noosa Biosphere and Sunshine Coast Region, which will provide for a productive and ecologically improved environment for future residents and visitors.
Volunteer and help grow
the place you live
The Community Nature Conservation Program (CNCP) within the Noosa Biosphere is co-ordinated by Noosa & District Landcare and supported by Sunshine Coast Council. The aim of the program is to build the capacity of the local community to maintain and care for our bushland reserves.
Some of the reserves are home to wildlife of conservation significance including Glossy Black cockatoos at Dame Patti Park, Sunrise Beach and koalas at Weyba Park, Noosaville, while others provide vital ecological connectivity for native flora and fauna across the region.
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