Become a member of Wolli Creek Preservation Society (WCPS) and receive details of upcoming activities and events including talks, bushcare, bird surveys, bat counts, kayak trips and campaign activities. You also receive the regular Wolli Creek Update (our newsletter). Fees are very low.
Make a difference! The more members we have, the more we can influence decisions that affect the Valley.
To save paper, fill in the membership form on screen, save the form to a file and pay by bank transfer (bank details below). Email your saved membership form to email@example.com and advise us that you have paid by bank transfer.
Please note: WCPS collects some personal information, name and contact information about members through the membership form. We use this information to provide members with information about the organisation and its activities. We may also use the information to inform members about other organisations for the purposes of advancing the aims of the WCPS; that is, the preservation of the natural and cultural heritage of the Wolli Creek Valley, its tributaries, associated corridors and their ecological communities, and the ecologically sensitive restoration, expansion and maintenance of these areas. We do not sell or provide that information to any other organisation.
Get a Supporters T-shirt – great for Bushcare and public meetings.
Our membership year runs from 1 January to 31 December. If you join between 1 October and 31 December your membership will carry through to the end of the following year.
Make a donation to general WCPS activities or to the Restore Wolli Fund.
Direct deposit: WCPS Inc, BSB 032 067 (Westpac), a/c no 288295. Include your surname as payee identification and send an email with payment date/details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tax-deductible donations may be made via landcareaustralia.org.au by nominating that you wish to support a “Landcare Community Group” and naming it as “Wolli Creek Preservation Society”. All such donations go to the Restore Wolli Fund.
See the membership form for more information.
There are many opportunities to volunteer, from bush restoration to letter writing, from bird surveys to conducting guided tours of the valley. Consider joining the committee if you would like to be more involved.