EcoNetwork Port Stephens Inc. works in partnership with over 30 affiliated community groups and businesses as well as many individual local members to protect the biodiversity of our region. EcoNetwork has also created ‘special interest groups’ around issues of local significance.
If you’d like to volunteer for one or more of these groups, you could:
- help restore our dune systems
- learn about our marine environment
- protect our wetlands
- plant or save koala habitat
- attract bees to your garden
- contribute to local planning policies
- set up a sustainable neighbourhood … and more!
For the latest volunteer opportunities, check out our Volunteer page here.
Affiliated community groups:
Boomerang Bags – Raymond Terrace
Boomerang Park Preservation Group Inc.
Friends of Tomaree National Park (NPA)
Hunter Wildlife Rescue (NATF Inc.)
Mambo-Wanda Wetlands Conservation Group
Mambo Wanda Wetlands Reserves and Landcare Committee
Myall Koala & Environmental Group
National Parks Assn Inc – Hunter Branch
North Arm Cove Community Association Inc.
Ocean & Coastal Care Initiatives (OCCI)
Pindimar/Bundabah Community Assn Inc.
Plastic Free Port Stephens Inc.
Port Stephens Walking Group (NPA)
Shoal Bay Community Association Inc.
Soldiers Point Community Group
Soldiers Point-Salamander Bay Landcare Group
South Tomaree Community Association Inc.
Tomaree Community Garden
Tomaree Headland Heritage Group Inc
Tomaree Museum Association Inc.
Tomaree Ratepayers and Residents Association Inc.
Voice of Wallalong Woodville (Voww) Inc.
Irukandji Shark & Ray Encounters
Wetland + Ecological Treatment Systems
EcoNetwork Special Interest Groups:
Sustainable Futures Festival Committee
Nature Conservation Council of NSW