Coffs Harbour Regional Landcare

CHRL Christmas Closing Dates

The CHRL office will be:

Closed from Friday 22nd December 2017

Reopening on Monday 8th of January

Our Community Nursery will also close and reopen on the same dates.

We wish all our members and supporters a very enjoyable festive season and a happy New Year.

Community Nursery Opening Days Have Changed

Please note that our Community Nursery at Woolgoolga has changed its opening days.

It will now be open on

Mondays 9am -12pm & Thursday 9am -12pm

2017 Coffs Harbour Regional Landcare Awards

Eileen Moody Memorial Award for Individual Landcarer, Martin Horseman (Friends of Coffs Creek) with CHRL president Barry Powells and LLS Chairman Bob Smith

Dee Wallace Memorial Award for Landcare Group Kinchela Reserve (Helen Lawrence and Dionne Court)


Coffs Harbour Regional Landcare is an incorporated not for profit community organisation acting as the umbrella group for volunteers working at approximately 40 sites in the Coffs Harbour Area.  Membership of CHRL is open to everyone and the organisation is managed by an elected executive committee.  Volunteers work on coastal sites within the Coffs Coast Regional Park, on council reserves or other public land managed by the Office of Environment and Heritage (National Parks and Wildlife Service), by the Coffs Harbour City Council or NSW Crown Lands.


2016 Green Globe Award for Jaliigirr Biodiversity Alliance

Coffs Harbour Regional Landcare is a partner in the Jaliigirr Biodiversity Alliance along with 20 other key natural resource management stakeholders. The purpose of the Alliance is to ensure that the biodiversity of the region is maintained in a changing climate – by protecting & enhancing landscape connections from our coastline & along the great escarpment. Recently the Jaliigirr Biodiversity Alliance won the 2016 Regional Sustainability Award at the NSW Green Globe Awards. The NSW Government’s Green Globe Awards celebrate excellence, success and innovation in environment and sustainability.  This award recognises the Alliance’s leadership action to protect and restore our natural landscapes, the connections made with partners and the community and the consequent achievements in improving local biodiversity. Click here to find out more about the Jaliigirr Biodiversity Alliance.