Volunteering in our Environment Programs

About our Volunteer Programs

Fairfield City's Environment Volunteer Program includes tree planting, weed removal, rubbish removal, habitat restoration, bushland regeneration, and community education. You can learn more in the flyer:

To express your interest in becoming an environmental volunteer, please download the Bushcare Volunteer Interest Registration Form(DOCX, 109KB). Please save this form after you have filled it out and email to mail@fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au with "Attention: Natural Resources Team" in the subject line.

For questions please call Natural Resources team leader on 9725 0222.

Fairfield Creeks and Wetlands Group

This group is committed to the restoration of the City’s waterways.

The group formed in 1996 and has worked in partnership with Council to conserve our creeks, wetlands and wildlife. The group holds meetings at Council every six weeks and holds working bees and/or tree planting days on a regular basis.

The Indigenous Flora Park Group

A volunteer group dedicated to the conservation of one of Fairfield City’s last original bushland remnants.

The Flora Park Group was the pioneer environmental community group in Fairfield City, becoming established in 1991.

The group holds working bees and/or tree planting days on the third Saturday of every month.

Learn more about the group from the Facebook page and the flyer:

Fairfield Community Nursery

Based at Fairfield Showground, the nursery provides a local source of native plants assisted by a group of volunteers who assist with the planting, potting and collecting seeds.

The nursery volunteer days are from 9:00am to midday every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and the second Saturday of every month. You can learn more from the flyer:

Bicycle Recycling Group

The Western Sydney Cycling Network (WSCN) collects and restores old bicycles for community use.

For more information visit their website or contact Club President Joe Farrugia on 0418 954 682.