Campbelltown City Council regularly seeks grant funding opportunities through both State and Commonwealth government agency programs.
Grant funding allows Council to further develop a range of natural resource management projects and initiatives in order to deliver positive environmental outcomes for the local area.
For further information on current projects, or to discuss potential future projects and grant funding opportunities, contact our Natural Areas Team on 02 4645 4601.
Campbelltown has one of the most significant colonies of koalas in New South Wales. We are working with the Federal Government to revegetate and increase Koala habits along the Georges River Corridor.
Council, Conservation Volunteers Australia and the Federal Government working together to improve the local environment.
Supported by our Bushcare program, Platypus Pals is a community conservation project that aims to increase both knowledge and awareness of the platypus population in Campbelltown.
Council bushland restoration project in partnership with the Georges Riverkeeper.
Supported by Greater Sydney Local Land Services, Council is undertaking a bushland restoration project in Smiths Creek Reserve with a supporting schools environmental education project