Upper Shoalhaven Landcare

The Upper Shoalhaven and Upper Deua Landcare Network represents over 380 Landcare volunteers and 18 groups.  Our DLA extends to the north of Bungonia National Park, eastward to the edge of the Budawang Range, southward beyond Snowball and west along the Great Dividing Range to Mount Fairy.  The area covered by the USUD network ranges from open farming / grazing lands to national parklands, mountain ranges, wildlife refuges, rainforests, woodlands, residential areas – all with complex networks of creeks and river systems running throughout.

The Upper Shoalhaven / Upper Deua Landcare Network represents a diverse range of landcarers, from agriculturalists to hobbyists, the newly-initiated to the wise and the experienced.  Our volunteers come from areas ranging from remote rural areas to small country towns and increasingly, weekend landholders from capital cities and major metropolitan areas. The diversity of the people is reflected by each of the groups, which undertake a range of activities dependent upon the needs and priorities of the particular region.  Tasks include river restoration, noxious weed removal, the rehabilitation of sensitive woodlands and the planting of trees on farms, off-stream watering and paddock subdivision for improved grazing regimes in agriculture.

Around the Braidwood area…


For more information visit the Upper Shoalhaven Website www.uppershoalhavenlandcare.com.au


Simone Horn

Landcare Support Officer

P: 02 4842 2594

E: upper.shoalhaven@gmail.com