Volunteering at NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

Wolli Creek Bush Regeneration Volunteer Position (Greater Sydney Area)

Photo above: John Spencer/DPE

Volunteer with Wolli Creek Preservation Society to help protect the last area of substantial bushland in Sydney’s inner south-west. 


Work: Bush regeneration, weed and pest management.


When:  9am to 12:30pm, once a month on a Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sundays. Includes a break for BYO morning tea and a catch up. 


Where: Wolli Creek Regional Park in Sydney and surrounds


Grade: Medium


You’re invited to become part of this important bush regeneration work in Wolli Creek. There are a wide range of volunteering opportunities such as:

  • Bird surveys
  • Planting sessions
  • Bush restoration
  • Bat counts
  • Stream watch
  • Administration
  • Campaigning
  • Promotion


For the outdoor types, enjoy fresh air and exercise while working alongside like-minded individuals in the park’s bushland, heathland, parkland, wetland and saltmarshes.


When you volunteer with the Wolli Creek Preservation Society, you’re provided with training, guidance, information and tools. A map will be sent to you with meeting locations for  bushcare, and you’ll also receive regular information on upcoming events such as talks, walks and the annual dinner. There’s great public transport access to Wolli Creek Regional Park.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info