Bush Forever is the public policy framework that aims to protect the biodiversity of 51,000 ha of bushland representing the 26 vegetation complexes of the Swan Coastal Plain portion of the Perth Metropolitan Region.Find out more
UBC Member Groups
The Urban Bushland Council is the peak community organisation for urban bushland recognition and protection and is an association of more than 75 community conservation groups concerned about urban bushland.View Groups
Start your exploration of the State’s amazingly biodiverse bushlands and wetlands right here, in Perth.View Treasures
Guide to Bushcare Volunteering for Friend Groups
Welcome to our new Friends Group Volunteer Hub! Are you looking to expand your team and ensure a lasting impact on your community?
Discover our comprehensive Volunteer Recruitment and Retention Guide, crafted to address all your needs. From effective promotion strategies to engaging community events, we’ve got you covered.Visit our volunteer guide for groups
Our biodiversity is at crisis point. It needs you. It needs our State government. It’s not too late to stop the next extinction.Continue reading Take action
We call on the WA State Government to initiate an emergency plan to save WA ’s threatened and endangered black cockatoos.Continue reading Take action
The Swan Coastal Plain is known as a biodiversity hotspot, but some believe an area in Kenwick called the Greater Brixton Street Wetlands (GBSW) is the hottest spot of all. Unfortunately, […]Continue reading
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Urban Bushland Council WA Inc
The Urban Bushland Council is the peak community organisation for urban bushland recognition and protection and is an association of more than 80 community conservation groups concerned about urban bushland.
The Council is a voluntary, non-government organisation which works tirelessly with its member Groups to protect the remaining environmental heritage of the greater Perth, Peel, and Busselton