Infrastructure and Environment


Bushcare Volunteer - Garden of Eden Project, Cribb Park - North Ipswich

Garden of Eden Project, Cribb Park - North Ipswich

Cribb Park Community Tree Planting

GOE started in 2017 by Anthony Edwards, the Garden of Eden project aims to restore the riverbank along Cribb Park in North Ipswich. Volunteers meet near the dog park at the North end of Cribb Park, off Norma Brown St. See below for dates and times of next working bees.

You might enjoy this role if:

• You are passionate about caring for our natural environment

• Like working outdoors in a hands-on role

• Enjoy working with a diverse range of people

• Can make a regular commitment to the group (once a month).

Recruitment Status: Positions Available

How many volunteers are needed? Unlimited, bring your friends!

Pre-Requisites: For the initial volunteer shift you’ll be asked to sign a Unregistered Volunteer form before starting work.  These are available on the day. Those wanting to join as a regular member will need to sign up as a regular volunteer, to do this you'll need to sign up on the Council Volunteer portal follow MyImpactPage - Application Form - Infrastructure and Environment (betterimpact.com) and complete all online induction training and sign the Volunteer Agreement form to be covered by insurance.

Please wear a hat, long pants and closed in shoes. Remember to bring drinking water and your own snacks. Sunscreen is available.

Before applying, please read the Bushcare and Parkcare Volunteer Position Description found here

Regular working bees take place every second and fourth Saturday of the month, starting at 2:30pm. Look for the orange A-Frame sign. 

Annual working bee dates provided by the group. 

Sounds good? Head along to the next working bee to find out more, or email the group: goegcribbpark@gmail.com