Habitat Brisbane - community bushcare

The Habitat Brisbane program is Brisbane City Council's community bushcare volunteer program. It supports over 160 Habitat Brisbane groups whose hands-on conservation efforts protect and enhance habitat and biodiversity in bushland, parks, wetlands and waterways across Brisbane.

Habitat Brisbane groups are run by dedicated volunteers who are committed to keeping Brisbane clean, green and sustainable. Groups work in partnership with Council and receive advice and support from Council's Habitat Brisbane officers.

Whatever your skill level and motivation, joining your local Habitat Brisbane group is a great way to meet new people, develop new skills, connect to nature, be active and healthy, and make a difference to your local environment.

Habitat Brisbane groups undertake a variety of activities including:

  • weed removal
  • revegetating with locally native plants
  • mulching
  • citizen science projects
  • conducting flora and fauna surveys
  • drawing people together to build community partnerships and friendships
  • hosting community planting days and open days.

Join a Habitat Brisbane group

Join a Habitat Brisbane group to make a difference to your local environment. 

Find your local group in the list below. For more information, phone Council on 07 3403 8888 or email our Habitat Brisbane team.

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Suburbs are listed alphabetically in letter groupings.

Note: only suburbs with Habitat Brisbane groups are included in the dropdown lists. If you can't find your suburb, look for surrounding suburbs.










Last updated: 1 April 2021