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

Oatley Flora & Fauna Conservation Society
Florabella Pass Walk

Florabella Pass Walk

On a perfect spring day OFF members walked from Warrimoo to Blaxland via Florabella pass in the lower Blue Mountains.

2021 Calendar

Birds of Oatley Park

Maps & Publications

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.

Become a Society Member and Get Involved!

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

Facebook Posts

m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=749295142321807&id=309563882961604Oatley Flora and Fauna Conservation Society Inc does not support the loss of valuable of green space at Todd Park. President, Kim Wagstaff, and Vice President, Graham Lalchere have signed the Pledge on behalf of society members. See MoreSee Less

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OATLEY 2021 CALENDAR.
The eagerly anticipated calendar has arrived, produced by Oatley Flora and Fauna Conservation Society and supported by Oatley Lions Club and @Oatley Heritage and Historical Society.
With the theme "Gem of the Georges River", it features many beautiful and colourful Oatley vistas and of course our wonderful flora and fauna. It also includes information about OFF and other community events. It’s available from the Mark Coure MP Mulga Road Bookshop Poveli Deli Cafe Mullane’s Pharmacy & Oatley West Post Office One 2 One Cafe Oatley The hungry spoon cafe Oatley Lugarno Gourmet Deli Cafe and ST KAI. We’ll also be selling it at street stalls
At just $10, it’s a perfect Christmas gift!!!
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Today OFF Streamwatchers conducted water testing and a litter audit at Dairy Creek. There was less litter than usual due to the strong water flow after the recent heavy rain as the GPT caught most of it. It was also lovely to see a family of ducks enjoying the wetlands. See MoreSee Less

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Climate change? Animal Extinction?
Who Cares?! We only live once!
🦁🌱🐳🐘 "WE CARE" 🐝🐨🌿🐦
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