Wagga Wagga Urban Landcare

Printer-friendly version
The city of Wagga Wagga and its surroundings are blessed with outstanding natural and cultural assets. This includes the famous Murrumbidgee River which forms a distinct river corridor through our city and offers a natural hub for recreational activity as well as our flora and fauna.
Wagga Wagga Urban Landcare seeks to play a role in the preservation and enhancement of the region’s natural assets. The Group’s efforts are focussed in four key areas: education, on-ground action, social enrichment and advocacy.
Wagga Wagga Urban Landcare is an active group that undertakes monthly events and activities throughout the year.
We are currently finalising our 2021 Calendar of Events - check back soon!
While 2020 was obviously not a typical year for our group, we still managed to undertake a number of successful activities. Click here for more information on any of our 2020 activities:
  • Pizza and Planning evening (Feb)
  • Clean Up Australia Day, Lake Albert foreshore (Mar)
  • Woody weed removall, Willans Hill (Mar)

[All events between March and July were cancelled, due to the Covid-19 lockdown]

  • Woody weed removall, Willans Hill (Jul)
  • Tree planting on the new levee bank, central Wagga. These events were run in partnership with Stroud Homes, Fifteen Trees and Wagga Rail Trail (Aug & Sep)
  • Morning bird walk, Flowerdale Lagoon (Sep)
  • Christmas BBQ and AGM, with guest presentation on our local Bat Island bat population, Wagga Beach (Nov)


News items featuring WWUL representation