Conserving Western Australia's Native EcoSystems

Our organisation is a not-for-profit aimed at improving the health and condition of local ecosystems.

Our Mission

Our mission is to work with key stakeholders in order to preserve and restore our ecosystems in Western Australia. Our vision involved increasing public awareness on species and inhabitants to emphasise their ecological importance. By working with the local community groups, councils, landcare organisations and government agencies, it is hoped  this will ensure our native ecosystems are conserved and protected.

Who are we?

Our organisation, Wirambi Landcare, is a not-for-profit organisation working to rehabilitate nature reserves and study endangered species. Wirambi aims to work with various stakeholders to reduce weed invasion, improve the condition of reserves, monitoring and study flora and fauna species.

What do we do?

Wirambi works closely with interested members to tailor an action plan specific to the bushland. We select and identify target weed species, advising how best to treat them and on appropriate revegetation to reduce weed recolonization. We assess progress by photo monitoring.

Why we need you!

Volunteers are critical to making a difference and increasing community environmental awareness with Wirambi Landcare. It will be a great learning and valuable experience, a chance to meet new people and a huge support for us! We have opportunities for volunteers to receive relevant industry experience too.

Landcare and Restoration

Weed Management


Dune stabilisation

Monitoring and Research


Western Ringtail Possum




Water Quality



Citizen science


Community planting days