We are a not-for-profit, community group, dedicated to conservation and revegetation activities in the Townsville region. We run a native plant nursery and several community revegetation sites around Townsville.

Everyone is welcome. You can volunteer at the plant nursery or participate in tree planting, watering, weed removal and site care. You will learn new skills, have fun, make new friends, and best of all, help your local community and natural environment.

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April McCabe


School Strike 4 Climate have announced it Next big day of action on September 25th!!! Telling the federal Government that a Gas led recovery does not deliver on climate Justice.
Will you hold a covid safe event in your community? want more information? Join the Webinar on the 13th of August RSVP here ss4c.info/sept25_webinar

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Heaps of mulch moved, plants watered and weeded at the Goondaloo Creek site today. Thanks to all the volunteers for their great work. ...

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Goondaloo Creek Landcare site day is on this Saturday from 8am till 10am. Meet across from Tec NQ. Contact Jake on 0428428542 for more information. ...

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Castle Hill Landcare session this Thursday from 9 am, current and new volunteers always welcome! ...

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The SQW team are helping Linda from Workways revegetate the Rowes bay foreshore. ...

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There are many ways to get involved with us. You can become a member, volunteer your time – in the field or in the office, or join the Management Committee. There are many benefits to becoming involved with Landcare.



Sponsoring a landcare site, allows local companies to engage and support community environmental activities in their neighbouring area for a healthier community. A range of sponsorship packages are available



Revegetation is all about the rehabilitation of a native plant community from a degraded to a healthy state. This involves controlling weeds and other threats, and re-establishing, enhancing and protecting native flora and fauna. CDTLI has many revegetation sites all around Townsville where you can join the activities.