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Member Groups

As an umbrella organisation Southern ACT Catchment Group was established to support ParkCare Groups, Urban and Rural Landcare Groups as well as individual landholders in the 7 subcatchments of the ACT. Our membership also includes individuals and all our waterwatch volunteers.

Current Member Groups: 

Cooleman Ridge Parkcare Group

Crozier Urban Landcarers

Farrer Ridge Parkcare Group

Friends of Featherstone Gardens

Friends of Hughes Grassy Woodland

Friends of Strangers Pond (Bonython)

Friends of Tidbinbilla

Friends of Tuggeranong Hill

Friends of Urambi Hills

Griffith Woodland Volunteer Group 

Gudgenby Bush Regeneration Group

Holder Wetlands Volunteer Group

Hughes Garran Woodland

Illoura Horse Owners Group

Isaacs Ridge/Mt Mugga Mugga Parkcare

Minders about Simpson’s Hill (MASH)

Minders of Tuggeranong Homestead (MOTH)

Mt Taylor Parkcare Group

Oakey Hill Parkcare Group

Parkcarers of Southern Murrumbidgee (POSM)

Red Hill Regenerators

Tuggeranong Lake (and Catchment) Carers

Uriarra Parkcare Group

Weston Creek Orchard


If you are interested in volunteering in the Southern ACT you can get involved by filling out the Volunteer Expression of Interest form or contact your local group directly through provided details.


SACTCG Member Services

SACTCG provides a breadth of services to its members in undertaking environmental restoration and protection as well as being responsive to current community issues as a representative organisation. Some services we provide regularly for our member groups include:

  • Financial management, Insurance and administration support
  • Project development and management
  • Funding support (eg. grants)
  • Volunteer Recruitment and promotion of Landcare (public stalls/ community events
  • New group development and support
  • Succession Planning
  • Capacity building activities to improve skills and knowledge (training and workshops)
  • Representation of member group to the ACT Government Agenicies and the Commonwealth Government through the National Landcare Network.
  • Network connections / skill sharing / Informantion dissemination
  • Linkage and liaison with other programs and organisations (eg. Waterwatch, frogwatch, UMCCC, ACT Government)
  • Onground work support including labour, materials and equipment.
  • Event organisation
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