Join the Bankstown Bushland Society and contribute to:

  • Preservation: Advocating for bushland preservation since 1988.
  • Protection: Safeguarding 300 hectares of native vegetation in Bankstown and the Georges River catchment.
  • Biodiversity: Home to approximately 900 species of native plants, including many rare or threatened.
  • Rediscovery: Site of the rediscovered Tylophora woollsii, a plant only once observed in Sydney.
  • Conservation: Over half of Bankstown’s bushland is situated along the Georges River, with numerous other sites scattered throughout the city.
  • Rare Flora: Lansdowne Reserve, our largest Cumberland Plain Woodland site, is home to rare flora such as Acacia pubescens, Pimelea spicata and Masdenia viridiflora.

Join us in preserving our city’s natural heritage.

What We Do

The Society undertakes walks, site inspections, flora study and volunteer bush regen at a range of sites. BBS members have participated in Bankstown Council’s Bushcare program for volunteers since its inception in 2002.

If you would like to join us, click below.