Sunday, 15th March, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm - Two groups will be operating, select your favorite between Pigott Street and Waratah Mills.
Wednesday working bees at Johnson Park - (1st & 3rd Wednesdays in the month) for February that is the 5th and the 19th - Meet on site at 8:30 am for watering. We will head to the Sideways Cafe for coffee after we finish watering.
Are you free on Friday mornings? We have a fortnightly working bee (second and fourth Friday) at Pigott Street. 9:00am - 11:00pm. Meet on site. If you are interested then mark it in your diary - please confirm with Jo before coming.
More working bee details
Welcome to IWEG
The Inner West Environment Group (IWEG) is a volunteer bushcare group that established and maintains sites along a corridor that links the Cooks River and Iron Cove through the inner western Sydney suburbs of Hurlstone Park, Dulwich Hill, Lewisham, Summer Hill, Haberfield and Leichhardt.
The group has volunteers at four sites along the rail corridor at Dulwich Hill – at the ends of Davis, Pigott and Little streets and beside the Waratah Mills apartment block. Waratah Mills was split and Johnson Park was created.
IWEG were instrumental in the creation of sites at Cadigal Reserve, Summer Hill; Lords Rd, Leichhardt; and Richard Murden Reserve, Haberfield. Cadigal Reserve and Richard Murden Reserve are now maintained by Greenway Bushcare.
Anybody who wants to connect with nature, their local community and other people is welcome to join us. It is fun and there are many ways you can get involved.
The Inner West Council coordinates the working bees at Johnson Park, Pigott St and Waratah Mills. Details are available from Adam Ward, Senior Ecology Volunteers and Project Officer, for more information on 9392 5865.
A conductor on the light rail was overheard to say, "What I like about my job is being able to look out the windows and see the trees."
Find a site
Bushcare sites are scattered along the length of the Greenway.
More details of sites.
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. IWEG sites are located along the GreenWay.