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For over 65 years the Nature Conservation Council has been the voice for nature in NSW.  We advocate and campaign to protect nature and for a safe climate.

Be a Voice for Nature

Koalas Need Trees

Koala with Joey 1200pxKoalas are forecast to go extinct by 2050 if no action is taken to protect the species.  Habitat is being destroyed by logging, development and mining. The Nature Conservation Council works to protect koala habitat and save this iconic Australian species.


Revive Our Rivers

Revive Our RiversHealthy rivers and wetlands are essential for native wildlife, Aboriginal cultural heritage, local communities, and a diverse range of industries, from floodplain grazing to tourism and recreational fishing. The Nature Conservation Council campaigns to restore natural flows to our rivers and wetlands.


Climate and Energy

Solar Nyngan 1200pxTo avoid dangerous climate change, NSW must phase out coal and other fossil fuels and switch to clean energy. The Nature Conservation Council actively opposes coal mining and campaigns for policies that reduce emissions from all sectors.


End Native Forest Logging

End Native Forest LoggingNative forests are still being logged, often to end up as woodchips, firewood or for pallets. The Nature Conservation Council campaigns for an end to end native forest logging.


Taxpayers fork out for most expensive water ever

January 18, 2022

The Federal Government today committed Australian taxpayers to effectively pay a record $20,000 per megalitre to recover water in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area. [1]  Federal Environment Minister Keith Pitt has announced the government will allocate $126 million for water...

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