Environmental Activities in Kogarah
- Spooner Park Sensory Garden offers a tranquil location where people of all abilities can enjoy this garden which has been designed to stimulate our five senses.
- Learn about Council’s award winning environmental restoration of a former municipal tip site at Moore Reserve and see how the habitat for local flora and fauna has been reinstated with the construction of the Moore Reserve wetland.
- Kogarah’s Bushcare Groups are always keen to recruit volunteers to help manage Kogarah’s indigenous bushland. It’s a great way to spend a few hours each weekend, meet like minded people and provide invaluable assistance in helping to preserve out City’s remnant indigenous vegetation.
- Join the Carss Park Community Garden Group and harvest your own organic fruit and vegetables using sustainable practices.
Previous Slide GroupSpooner Park Sensory GardensMoore Reserve WetlandKogarah City Council's volunteer bushcarers at Poulton ParkThe Spooner Park has been designed to appeal to the five sensesCarss Park Community Garden provides our residents with a facility to harvest their own organic fruit and vegetablesCarss Park Community Garden inspires good environmental management practices while encouraging a health lifestyleCarss Park Community Garden with weather vaneMoore Reserve wetland offers opporunities for children to learn about stormwater management and habitat creationThe Carss Park Community Garden provides children the chance to grow their own foodNext Slide Group