North Bellingen

New seedlings at The Point, April 2009.

Bellinger River

Autumn at the Western End of Bellingen Island, May 2012.

What, us?

Future environmentalists, July 2004. Interested in becoming a member?

Regenerating Bellingen, one plant at a time

Bellingen High School, July 2002

Landcare, Community & Environmental Education

Since 1995 Bellingen Urban Landcarers have been regenerating waterways in our beautiful town of Bellingen.

Little by little this collective effort has removed rubbish and weeds, constructed fences and bridges, planted and regenerated native species and generally rejuvenated a dozen landcare sites.

Our work shows what a successful community collaboration between volunteers, conservation teams and contractors can achieve.

Did we mention it’s fun?

News & Media more news & media →

Ringwood Creek Bellingen

Working Bee – Ringwood Creek

Bellingen Urban Landcare have a working bee on Sunday 31st July, 9am to midday, at Ringwood Creek to help protect and expand this very rare and precious ... more →
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Protecting rare rainforest: Working Bee

Bellingen Island supports one of the few areas of Lowland rainforest left on the entire Bellinger River floodplain. It is a beautiful place but needs ... more →

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