www.innerwest.nsw.gov.au/live/environment-and-sustainability/at-home/gardens-and-wildlife/sourcing-native-plantsCallan Park Bushcare. Works in remnant bushland at Callan Point next to King George Park, Rozelle, at the northeast end of the corridor.
Cooks River Valley Association. This group rehabilitates the Cooks River and fosters community spirit in the Cooks River Valley.
Friends of the GreenWay. Cheer leaders for the Cooks River to Iron Cove GreenWay.
Frog & Tadpole Study Group NSW Inc. (FATS). These guys really love frogs.
Friends of Lane Cover River National Park. The Friends promote awareness of the park’s natural and cultural heritage, do bush regeneration and conduct educational activities.
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 manages the corridor along which IWEG sites are located.
The Haberfield Association. Created in 1980 to preserve Haberfield’s superb architectural heritage.
The Habitat Network is a network of people conserving, reconnecting and creating habitat for the benefit of native plants and animals, enriching our environment and our community.
Marrickville Landcare. Restores native vegetation.
Marrickville Community Nursery Supplies. Grows plants for bush regeneration in the GreenWay corridor
Mudcrabs. Cooks River Eco Volunteers. A bushcare group whose members don’t mind getting their feet wet.
National Parks Association of NSW. Lobbies for the protection of the state’s land and marine ecosystems.
Nature Conservation Council of NSW. The peak environmental group in NSW.
Rozelle Bay Community Nursery. Several community groups use the Rozelle Bay Community Native Nursery to propagate local-provenance plants for bush corridors.
WIRES. Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Incorporated rescues native animals in distress.
Wolli Creek Preservation Society. The Wolli Creek Valley contains the only large remnant of bushland in inner south-west Sydney. The society was established in 1984 to stop the valley becoming a link road. They have many bushcare sites, conduct talks, and do many other things, including offering kayak trips along the creek.
Bike Marrickville Quite a number of our volunteers cycle to our working bees so we have provided this link.