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Centennial Parklands Foundation Corporate Volunteering Cultural Engagement and Conservation Program

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Discover the transformative power of volunteering and join us on an unforgettable journey to restore Centennial Parklands' precious Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub (ESBS). This is more than just an opportunity to give back; it's a chance to make a real difference in the conservation of a critically endangered plant community.              

Imagine, this plant community once sprawling across 5300 hectares, ESBS now clings to a mere 146 hectares, a mere 1% of its former glory. But together, we can change this narrative and breathe life back into this shrinking ecosystem.

As a volunteer, you'll play a vital role in enhancing the site's biodiversity. You'll also create a nurturing environment for native flora and fauna to flourish. Picture yourself leading the transformation of the land, removing invasive weeds, revitalising soil, propagating native plant species and planting new native plants into the ground. 

But that's not all - we're not just about ecological restoration. Our program offers so much more. You'll have the opportunity to understand through dreamtime stories our First Nations People connection with Country. we'll engage in special activities that lie at the heart of our first nations people. 

We welcome groups of all sizes, from 15 to 25, and if you're a larger group eager to step out of the office and embrace nature, we can accommodate you too!

The satisfaction in volunteering, of knowing you've made a tangible impact on the environment and the community is priceless. The bonds you'll form with like-minded individuals, the memories you'll create, and the sense of purpose you'll gain are truly special.

So, what are you waiting for? Embrace the adventure and be a part of the meaningful change happening in Centennial Parklands. Join us for an immersive experience that will leave a lasting mark on both you, your team and the world around you.

We can't wait to welcome you to the Park and embark on this incredible journey together!


8.30am: Volunteers meet Centennial Parklands’ representative for the welcome and safety briefing.

9am - 10am: Conservation work commences. Work may include weeding, litter collection, soil revitalisation, seed collection, propagation, watering or planting.

10am – 10.30am: Morning tea break. BYO morning tea or purchase from cafes onsite.

10.30am - 11.30am: Cultural engagement stories and activities.

11.30am - 12.30pm: Volunteering concludes.

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