Other Nature Providers

Other nature providers

 

Volunteering:

Trees for Life     

Trees For Life works with everyday people to help restore the natural environment through revegetation and conservation on more than 300 sites across SA.  Their Bush For Life program welcomes everyone wishing to help protect natural habitats and learn about South Australia’s native plants. Bus transport is available. To book a place, or talk to someone about volunteering: 8406 0500  bfl@treesforlife.org.au

Conservation Volunteers Australia   

CVA makes it easy for people to care for nature by volunteering on conservation projects across the country.  Volunteers come from a wide range of backgrounds, with no prior experience or skills required.  Projects are available to suit individual availability and specific interests. Bus transport is available.  To book a place, or talk to someone about volunteering: 8212 0777  adelaide@cva.org.au

Greening Australia

Greening Australia volunteers help restore incredible natural landscapes into places where people and nature thrive together.  There are many opportunities to help, especially in native plant nurseries and hands-on bush regeneration through collecting seeds, helping control weeds, watering and planting. To book a place, or talk to someone about volunteering: 8372 0100  adl.general@greeningaustralia.org.au

 

Tennyson Dunes Group              

TDG are always looking for helpers to care for habitats along the Tennyson coast.  Activities include animal and plant surveys, collection and propagation of locally native plant seed, revegetation, weed and feral animal control.  Volunteers become members for free. There are two regular workdays each month.  Talk to someone about volunteering: 8372 6887  info@tennyson.org.au

 

Outdoor adventure:

Orienteering SA   

Orienteering can be enjoyed as a recreational activity or a competitive sport, with multiple benefits for participants.  There is a wide range of courses and activities to choose from.

 

Climbing Club of SA 

The Climbing Club of South Australia represents rock climbers by serving as a meeting point and voice for individual climbers.  Club meetings are open for anyone (members and non-members) to attend.

 

Canoe SA  

Canoeing is a multi-faceted activity, ranging from quiet dabbling in backwaters to the athleticism of sprint racing, along with marathon racing, canoe polo, and sea and surf kayaking.

 

Walking SA  

Finding a new place to go for a bushwalk and friends to go with is easy with a club. It is also a great way to try out hiking and meet others keen for walking. Walking SA has lots of information about the conditions of the walking environment.

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Contact Conservation SA on (08) 8223 5155, general@conservationsa.org.au, or at our offices at the Joinery at 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide.

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