Our Meelup Volunteers are a group of dedicated people who work together to conserve and protect the values of the Meelup Regional Park for future generations

The Meelup Volunteers are a group of committed and highly valued community members that donate their time to assist in the conservation and maintenance of the Meelup Regional Park and its biodiversity values.

The volunteers meet each week to undertake activities in the Park including:

  • friends of meelup articlerevegetation;
  • weed mapping and control;
  • annual black cockatoo count;
  • vegetation monitoring;
  • flora and bird surveys;
  • pruning trails;
  • Tangoroa Blue beach clean-up days;
  • monitoring cockatoo hollows;
  • citizen science projects;
  • community education; and
  • working with school groups

Being a volunteer is a great way to meet like-minded people and work together to actively conserve the environment. Support is provided by the City of Busselton with technical advice, project funding, training and the provision of insurance.

The City is looking for volunteers with a diverse range of skills and experience that can be applied to a range of projects. If you would like to find out about volunteer opportunities in Meelup Regional Park please contact our Meelup Environment Officer or read more about how you can help on the City of Busselton website.



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You can help preserve this special place in the following ways:

Stay on designated trails  |  Do not light fires in the park  |  Park in designated areas  |  Leave your pets at home  |  Use the bins and toilets provided  |  Do not dump garden waste  |  No Camping


Telephone: (08) 9781 0444
Email: city@busselton.wa.gov.au