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.