The Friends of Anstey Hill is a community-based group of volunteers dedicated to supporting, preserving and restoring
the Anstey Hill natural and cultural environment. We were formed in 1988 to counter redevelopment of the Anstey Hill
Our regular activities and volunteer opportunities include park maintenance and cultural heritage research. Two
community planting days and a propagation day are held each year. Volunteer bush care sessions are held every week.
Activities and projects are planned with District Staff from The Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
(DEWNR) in accordance with Park Management Plans.
Working as a team to conserve, preserve and support the natural and cultural environment, we continue to enjoy a
successful working partnership with our Park Ranger and associated support staff.
Please support our small but dedicated group of volunteers by becoming a member. You do not have to be a park volunteer
but you are more than welcome to.
Our annual subscription fee is:
|$16 family ($14 concession)|
|$14 single ($12 concession)|
|$22 Groups (i.e. Community Association/Club, Business, Government body, etc)|
|Our membership year runs from Annual General Meeting (AGM) to AGM which are generally held in October.|
How to Join
Please complete a Membership
and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, print and post to:
|Friends of Anstey Hill|
|PO Box 653,|
All members wishing to participate in volunteer park activities are required to complete a Department of Environment and Water (DEW) Volunteer Registration Form (pdf).
More information can be found at DEW Volunteer Safety
|President||Steve Lukacs (Bushcare Coordinator)|
|Rob Carthew (Newsletter Editor)|
|Christine Thomas (Facebook and Correspondence)|