Working to protect, conserve and enhance the natural environment locally and globally.

Oatley Flora & Fauna Conservation Society

Walk report for Unexpected animal habitats and heritage landscapes -south western Sydney

Walk report for Unexpected animal habitats and heritage landscapes -south western Sydney

Sunday 28th March was a lovely sunny day after a long period of torrential rain across the Sydney basin. Sharyn Cullis led the walk and 18 enthusiastic people had a great day out. We visited a bushland reserve in Campbelltown that has a resident small population of Koalas, but unfortunately luck was not on our […]


Birds of Oatley Park

Headland Track

The objectives of the Society are:

  • To stimulate interest in Australian flora and fauna;
  • To act to protect and foster an interest in the natural environment, particularly at the local level;
  • To foster an understanding of the need to conserve the natural environment and resources; and
  • To cooperate with other groups to achieve these objectives at local, state, national and international level.

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Members get access to monthly walks and regular evening talks on a range of fascinating topics. Our family memberships cost $25.00.

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Sediment runoff from building sites can block stormwater drains and cause flooding and overflows. πŸ¦πŸΈπŸ¦‰πŸŸ
See a site that’s not right?
Report it to council on 93306400Sediment runoff from building sites that enters our waterways can harm wildlife, such as birds like this bar-tailed godwit, making it difficult for them to feed and survive. Make sure your site has a comprehensive erosion and sediment control plan in place before work begins. To find out more, call your local council or visit:

Bayside Council
Sutherland Shire Council
Georges River Council
Liverpool City Council Australia
City of Canterbury Bankstown
Campbelltown City Council, NSW
Wollondilly Shire Council
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Last Saturday OFF members and 1st Kyle Bay Sea Scouts (plus parents) assisted the property owner, family and friends in planting 350 native trees and shrubs on a 10 Ha property on the banks of the Wollondilly River near Marulan. The majority of the eucalyptus, acacia and casuarina tubes were grown by Menai Wildflower Group nursery. 🌱
β€˜β€™This action was small in proportion but hugely significant as together we try hard to turn around the dire consequences of ignoring signs that clearly show we need to care for the land’’ said coordinator of the day Adrian Polhill. πŸ¦‡πŸ¦”πŸ¦πŸ¦˜
Keep an eye out for further planting events later in the year at Crookwell, Gunning and High Range near Wombeyan Caves. Contact Adrian (0424 478498) if you would like to join one of these fabulous planting events. πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦
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Bat Appreciation Day πŸ¦‡
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