Mountain Dragon Mountain Dragon  (Alan Page)
Conservation Sub-Committees
The Society's Management Committee is responsible for the overall running of the organisation with the "nuts and bolts" of our conservation work done by our subcommittees.

We always welcome new members, or people wanting to come along and find out more!

Read about our latest Conservation Work in Hut News.

Environmental Education Subcommittee

Bat Night 2012 Bat Night 2012
Over the years, the Environmental Education Subcommittee has worked on and supported the Bush Trackers, Bat Night and various other projects.

They are developing plans for exciting community events and activities to encourage more kids and adults to explore, investigate and celebrate our beautiful natural environment.

If you're interested or inspired to help out with ideas or assistance, please contact Cathy.

Contact: Cathy Cavanagh -

Events Subcommittee

Wollangambe Meeting Wollangambe Meeting  (Alan Page)
The Society has ten or so major events each year - the Events Subcommittee makes them the success that they are.

Events include -

The subcommittee arranges the venue booking, seating, catering and technical requirements.

We can always use extra helpers for our events.

Contact: our Events Coordinator -

Land Use Subcommittee

Save Our LEP Rally Save Our LEP Rally  (Rob Linigen)
The Land Use Subcommittee examines State Government and Council policies, as well as development applications affecting environmentally sensitive land in the Blue Mountains.

It's also on the look out for activities that contravene environmental laws and regulations - like land clearing and dumping.

The Land Use Subcommittee -

Help us to mitigate harmful developments before they happen!

Contact: our Land Use Officer -

Protected Areas Subcommittee

Protect Our National Parks Protect Our National Parks  (Alan Page)
The Protected Areas Subcommittee aims to -

Contact: Adam Curry -

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