Get Involved with The Friends of Warwick Bushland
Becoming a member of Friends of Warwick Bushland means you can be as involved as much as you would like.
Benefits of being a Friend:
- Free membership
- Guided bush walks usually twice a year
- Friends of Warwick Bushland newsletter 3-4 times a year
- Learn how to identify native plants and invasive weeds.
- Develop an understanding of the biodiversity in the bushland and connections to the local urban area.
- Become more active in caring and protecting your local bushland
- Opportunities to be involved in planting and weeding projects
How to Help
- Report fires immediately on 000.
- Stay on the main walk trails. This minimizes disturbance to plants and wildlife by not having too many walking tracks throughout the bushland. This is also for your safety as poisonous snakes occur here.
- Pick up litter you see in the bushland. It is handy to take a disposable bag with you to collect and remove the rubbish.
- Make sure your dog is on a lead. Please remove and dispose of dog droppings to reduce fertilizing weeds and encouraging them to spread. Bags and disposal bins are located near the oval and south of the tennis courts.
- Report anti-social behavior to City Rangers on 1300 655 860.
- Report damage, dumped garden or household waste to the City of Joondalup. It’s easy, go to https://www.joondalup.wa.gov.au/kb/resident/reporting-damage-in-the-city and fill out the simple form. Location is recorded automatically if you’re on site and photos can be uploaded.
- Any obstructions noticed along the firebreaks and walk trails can be reported using the City of Joondalup link above. It is very important safe access for Fire Brigade vehicles is maintained.
- Become a member of Friends of Warwick Bushland.
- We are all valued volunteers.
Enjoy and tell others about us.