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Corporate Volunteers


​In recent years, Corporate Social Responsibility has become a real focus for many businesses. This involves an ongoing commitment by business to help improve the quality of life of its workforce, the local community and society in general.

The natural environment, such as our parks, rivers and bushland areas, contribute greatly to our quality of life. Bushland areas help to reduce noise, air and visual pollution, and create a feeling of peace and space. They provide a space for adventure, exercise or quiet contemplation. Bushland also provides habitat for native plant and animal species.

Lane Cove is fortunate to have 90 hectares of bushland under the care, control and management of Council. In fact, all homes in Lane Cove are located within 500 metres of bushland. This certainly makes Lane Cove an attractive place in which to live.

Corporate volunteer program

Lane Cove's Bushcare Program caters for businesses looking for opportunities to contribute to the community by helping protect and improve our natural environment.

Corporate volunteers can help through:

  • Bush regeneration and Planting

Help support a local Bushcare group on their Bushcare site by removing weeds.  Other projects such as mulching, planting and track maintenance can be devised with some preparation.

Details for corporate volunteering

  • Cost: $90 per volunteer which covers staff supervision costs and funding for the ongoing maintenance of the work sites.
  • Please give approximately 4 weeks notice for your requested dates.
  • Group numbers from 3 – 20 (max).
  • Wear sturdy footwear (no thongs/sandals), gloves, suitable gardening clothing (long pants and sleeves are recommended) and bring a hat, sunscreen and water.
  • Lane Cove Council provides all tools and materials needed, as well as staff to provide instruction and supervision for the activity.


To find out more

For more information, please contact the Bushcare Co-ordinator on (02) 9911 3579 or via email