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

Oatley Flora & Fauna Conservation Society

Oatley Flora & Fauna Conservation Society would like to acknowledge the Bidjigal people of the Eora nation, the Traditional Custodians of the Land and pay respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

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.

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OFF Bushcare 2nd May 2024.Despite the threat of rain, 3 OFF members joined the GRC Bushcare officer to spend the morning weeding one of OFF’s planting sites at lower Gannons Park. Moss vine and Morning Glory were among the many weeds attacked and removed. Fortunately the only time rain stopped work was about morning tea time, so a warming cuppa was greatly appreciated. It was a productive morning before the forecast rains arrive over the next few days.Georges River AssociationGeorges River Council BushcareGeorges River CouncilSutherland Shire BushcareSutherland Shire Environment CentreGreater Sydney Landcare See MoreSee Less
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Field Trip 28th AprilGreat Autumn weather for our Grays Point to Audley loop track, with 20 people joining the walk. We saw early banksia, and wattle flowers, ‘eggs and bacon’ pea flowering plants, red and white native fuchsias, and large Eucalyptus and Angophoras trees.We enjoyed a nice morning tea along the Port Hacking river (some friendly leeches tried to join in), and a picnic under the big trees at Audley. Walking back up to Grays Point via the Honeymoon steps was a good challenge and we were rewarded with a great view down the river from the Bungoona lookout.A very enjoyable day in the great outdoors with lovely company and scenery😀🌳😀🌳Sutherland Shire BushcareSutherland Shire Environment CentreGeorges River AssociationLugarno Progress Association – LPAKogarah Bay Progress Association IncProject Penshurst 2222Oatley Lions ClubGeorges River Trees See MoreSee Less
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Sunday 28th Field Trip😎🌳Grays Point to Audley loop track via Hacking river – Meet 9:30am at carpark near Grays Point Public School, Grays Pt Road. Walk is approx 6 kms, starting with a steep descent on a bush track over rocks and tree roots, so bring poles if needed. The walk continues along the Hacking River to Audley. Lovely bush with lots of Banksias, Eucalypts and Angophoras, as well as native flowers and birds along the track. Picnic at Audley so bring along lunch, snacks and water. We return via the Honeymoon track with lovely views back down to the river. The return track up isn’t too steep.For more information please contact Lesley 0400 562 085 See MoreSee Less
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