Our environment and conservation program aims to build the resilience of our local ecosystems through local conservation projects, advocacy for environmental protection and community engagement.

We regularly engage in the following activities:


A community restoration project along the Golden Beach foreshore takes place on the second Thursday of each month. This year, our club has stepped up with TAPP (Take Action for Pummicestone Passage) and the local community to form a new BushCare group at Golden Beach.


Clean-up for the hatchlings (CU4TH)

An annual community event organised by the Sunshine Coast Council and TurtleCare.  CU4TH aims to clean up beaches from Bribie Island to Mooloolaba in preparation for Loggerhead turtle hatchlings to emerge from their nests.

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Clean-up Australia Day

An annual clean-up event hosted by our club. A long-standing project with the intent to maintain the wildlife corridor along Sugarbag Road.

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Scope for future projects.

Our club aims to be an active presence in the Caloundra community while demonstrating responsible stewardship of our beautiful bushland, beaches and waterways. The club intends to foster good relationships with like-minded organisations. As such, we plan to undertake or assist with several new and upcoming conservation projects.


Director: Mathew Lynn

Members: Christine Craig, Max Mayne, Michele Jackson, Peter Papp, Wroxton Innes.