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  • Bankstown Bushland Society

    The Society undertakes walks, site inspections, flora study and volunteer bush regen at a range of sites. BBS members have participated in Bankstown Council’s Bushcare program for volunteers since its inception in 2002.

  • Bushcare Groups in the Inner West

    Spend a few hours with your hands in the soil while caring for and learning about local plants and environment. The Marrickville Landcare Group aims to improve the biodiversity of the Marrickville area, particularly the Cooks River Foreshore and provide an opportunity for residents to be involved in the restoration of natural areas.

  • Cooks River Mudcrabs Community Eco Group

    The Mudcrabs are a local community group which cares for The Cooks River and its foreshore environment by regularly collecting rubbish and restoring the bush along the Cooks River.

  • Cooks River To Iron Cove Greenway

    The GreenWay is an urban green corridor in Sydney’s Inner West. It is a bush corridor and a hub for community arts and groups, bushcare, walking and cycling. The GreenWay Councils and community are working together to acheive the GreenWay Trail vision for a safe, off-road shared user pathway for walking and cycling connecting the Cooks River Pathway to the Iron Cove Bay Run.

  • Cooks River Valley Association

    The CRVA is an incorporated association made up of caring local residents who are committed to rehabilitating the Cooks River and fostering community spirit within the Cooks River Valley. We work independently and with like-minded groups to facilitate natural resource management and to improve the quality of life and facilities in the local environment.

  • Inner West Council Environmental Services

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  • Marrickville Community Nursery

    In partnership with the community the Marrickville Community Nursery seeks to be a centre for biodiversity of the Lower Cooks River Valley – protecting, conserving and promoting the biodiversity of species and natural habitats of the area.

  • Wolli Creek Preservation Society

    The Wolli Creek Preservation Society aims to ensure the preservation of the natural and cultural heritage of the Wolli Creek Valley, its tributaries, associated corridors and their ecological communities, and the ecologically sensitive restoration, expansion and maintenance of these areas.The Wolli Creek Preservation Society acknowledges that Wolli Creek flows through the cultural landscape of the Gadigal people.