Cottesloe Coastcare Association is a group of local volunteers who joined together in 1995 to protect the few remaining natural areas in Cottesloe. We are still hard at work!
These natural areas are mostly along the coast and our local vegetation with spinifex, blue fan flowers and silvery saltbush provides habitat for local wildlife and adds to Cottesloe’s sense of place. Our green spaces promote human health and well-being. The dunes are also a critical line of defence against erosion.
We work to protect these areas so that everyone, now and in the future, can appreciate our local plants, animals and birds.
We do this by collecting and propagating local seed, replanting degraded areas, removing invasive weeds, collecting rubbish and providing fences and walkways in fragile areas.
Over more than 20 years we have made a real difference and contributed over $600,000 through volunteer labour contributions and by attracting grants. You can read more about our history here. We work closely with the Town of Cottesloe and appreciate their strong support.
PO Box 32
Cottesloe WA 6911
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