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Phone number: 02 4645 4000
In response to the COVID-19 stay at home order from the NSW Government, we're working through any necessary changes or delays to our scheduled Council events on a case by case basis. Some will be postponed while others will run as online events. Keep checking back for updates.
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Campbelltown's response to COVID-19
Green Squad is an 'on-request' Bushcare group which focuses on tackling one-off bushcare problems across Campbelltown. If you have a problem - give us a call.
Join us for some family fun at one of our free Open Days which are held each Sunday. Bring along a bike or scooter and don't forget your helmet. Pack a picnic lunch or use our powered BBQ facilities.
Join our Kentlyn Bushcare group every Tuesday. The group works in the Georges River corridor which contains the most amazing diversity of plants and animals.
Join our Bushcare group on the first Saturday of the month. There are only a few small areas of the rare Cumberland Plain Woodland left in Campbelltown and we need your help to restore it.
We would love for you to join our monthly workshops where you can learn to gather and prepare local native plant-seeds to grow at home, to either plant at out Bushcare programs or in your backyard.
We would love for you to join our new monthly Bushcare group which focuses on weed management and litter removal, whilst of course, keeping an eye out for the local wildlife.
Discover the Dharawal National Park and learn about Indigenous heritage on this guided walking tour to O'Hare's Creek Lookout.
Join our Green Health Bushcare group at Noorumba Reserve to experience and enhance the critically endangered Cumberland Plain Woodlands.
Discover the Dharawal National Park and learn about Indigenous heritage on this exclusive guided walking tour.
Join our Smith's Creek Bushcare group in practical works such as maintaining native plantings and removing invasive weeds, to help restore this important bushland corridor known for its koalas