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Our Members

The Ginninderra Catchment Group supports volunteers to undertake environmental activities in a number of ways. Our current members come from a variety of backgrounds and their interests vary. Some members are motivated by improving the areas surrounding their homes, whilst others have specific interests in issues such as water quality, weed management, education or threatened flora and fauna. The Group recognises that many of our members are not interested or unable to participate in the more rigorous activities such as weed removal or revegetation but can provide invaluable support in other ways, often through our working groups or helping out with administrative tasks.

Become a Member

To become a member of the Ginninderra Catchment Group, just download the GCG Membership Application Form (348 kb), fill in the details and fax or post it to the Ginninderra Catchment Group

Individual Membership

The Ginninderra Catchment Group encourages and supports membership by individual volunteers. Individual volunteers need not be directly associated with one of our Landcare groups, but may like to be involved in activities in different geographic areas or from time to time.
The Group aims to provide a wide range of volunteering opportunities for people from all walks of life, with different interests and skills. A range of flexible volunteering roles exist such as:

  • Waterwatch
  • Frogwatch
  • Landcare
  • Conducting research into different aspects of best practice environmental management.
  • Providing input to Group submissions and plans on various issues.
  • Assisting with graphic design and publishing of various documents.
  • Assisting with administration activities such as proof-reading documents, typing, filing and data entry.

We can also connect you with a wider network of environmental organizations and their activities such as Greening Australia, Conservation Council of the South East Region and Canberra, Canberra Environment Centre, Conservation Volunteers Australia, Canberra Ornithologists Group, ANUGreen and many others.

How Do I Get Involved?

  • Receive Regular Email Updates

You can sign up to receive our regular email updates. These come out about once a fortnight or month, and let you know about various events, working bees and current news that is happening across the catchment, and in the wider region.
Email: and ask to be added to the email update list.

  • Speak to us.

Contact one of our Coordinators to discuss activities that you might like to get involved in, to suit your interests and skills.