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  • Making a frog-friendly habitat garden

    The sun came out and more than 50 local gardeners did too for an epic workshop this morning on building a frog bog and attracting wildlife to your place, hosted by Nature Conservation Margaret River Region and environmental biologist and educator The Frog Doctor .

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  • The Frog Doctor

    Frog Doctor returns for final habitat garden workshop

    Johnny Prefumo, an environmental biologist and educator better known as “The Frog Doctor”, is back for a second and final workshop in a Nature Conservation Margaret River Region series on designing and creating a habitat garden.

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  • Community spirit shines to conserve Injidup icon

    More than 40 brave souls faced the elements for Nature Conservation Margaret River Region’s busy bee at Injidup Natural Spa to rehabilitate vegetation and prevent erosion.

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  • Garden habitat workshop with the “frog doctor”

    If you’re designing a garden from scratch or want to turn your existing yard into a wildlife haven, Nature Conservation Margaret River Region has the ultimate workshop coming up on Saturday July 23.

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  • Volunteers needed to save Injidup Spa and its fragile coastline

    One of the Margaret River region’s most famous natural attractions – Injidup Natural Spa – is in danger of being loved to death, but a community coastal care day is set to help repair the damage.

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  • Massive community turn-out for volunteer planting days

    Nature Conservation Margaret River Region has applauded a mammoth community turn-out to two volunteer planting events last Sunday June 26, one on the banks of the Margaret River and the second a Redgate Beach.

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  • revegetation

    Awesome support for rivermouth revegetation day

    The Margaret River Wine Association's first Community Day with Nature Conservation was a raging success, with import revegetation work done at the Rivermouth Beach.


  • fire-wise garden

    Fire-wise garden workshop and live installation

    Maintaining an asset protection zone, cutting out “fire ladders”, choosing the right mulch and proper spacing between plants are some of the secrets to protecting your property from bushfire. These secrets and more will be shared at a free Nature Conservation Margaret River Region fire-wise workshop and live garden installation on June 25.


  • community planting

    Vollies needed for huge community planting day

    Nature Conservation has put the shout out for volunteers at two community planting events on Sunday June 26, one on the banks of the Margaret River and the second a Redgate Beach.


  • plant ID workshop

    Jane Scott headlines plant ID workshop

    Plant guru and celebrated author Jane Scott will headline a special Nature Conservation Margaret River Region (NCMRR) workshop to identify local native plants as well as invasive weeds on Friday, June 17.


Upcoming Events

  • Redgate Beach community busy bee

    Here's a chance to give back to the coast we all love and enjoy! Join us for a dune restoration busy bee at Redgate, with planting and brushing to protect and enhance the sensitive foreshore environment!


  • Nature Conservation Volunteer Opportunities

    Check in here for the latest volunteer events and opportunities and find out how to get involved in protecting nature in the Margaret River Region.