The Gold Coast's beautiful natural environment allows us to enjoy a lifestyle like no other city. You can play an active part in keeping it this way by joining Austinville Landcare Group.
Austinville Valley is located between Mudgeeraba and Springbrook. It was previously known for banana farming but is now known for its beautiful rainforests and stunning creeks.
The Landcare group was established in November 2005 and partners with our Natural Areas Management Unit's NaturallyGC Volunteer Landcare Program. The group helps with the restoration of Council-managed conservation areas though the planting of native trees and follow up weed control.
The group are currently focusing on restoring a section of Austinville Conservation Area along the upper reaches of Mudgeeraba Creek. Works undertaken by the group are enhanced by professional bush regenerators who help with preparation for planting and follow up maintenance including the control of environment weeds. The group also work with other agencies on private property and within areas of national park.
City of Gold Coast supports and coordinates Landcare works on public land. Find out more by visiting our NaturallyGC Volunteer Landcare Program page.
Date: Last Sunday of the month from February to November.
Time: 8am to 10am
Place: Austinville Conservation Area, 621 Austinville Road
Register: You need to register online prior to attending to secure a spot and receive the full details of the event.
Register for a Landcare session or tree planting
For more information please contact the Natural Areas Management Unit.
Phone: 07 5581 1537