Port Environment Centre Resources
Port Environment Centre volunteers have developed a series of local information sheets to help you connect with our local environment and live more sustainably.
Other Natural Resource Centres
Volunteers give their time to help monitor and care for the Port River Dolphins and to help make the Port River and Barker Inlet a safer place for them to live.
Licensed to rescue, rehabilitate & release all seabird, seal and sea turtle species. Run by trained volunteers.
Hold lots of interesting community and environmentally focussed events, groups and activities. Join them on the last Saturday morning of the Month for their Fruit and Veg Swap and the ‘Little Buggers’ Bug and Nature Club for kids.
The 1864 clipper ship City of Adelaide is located in Port Adelaide, having arrived in February 2014. Volunteers work on restoration and in the Information Centre.
Foster appreciation and conservation of the marine environment, and demonstrate the value of marine sanctuaries
A local community group based in Largs Bay. They have been constructing verge vegetable gardens and aim to bring local community together whilst supporting environmental initiatives.
A place to learn, discover and care for the marine environment
Active for thirty years, volunteers advocate for the natural, social and built environments of the Port Adelaide area.
The Marine Debris Campaign schedules clean ups around Australia, including to local beaches such as Semaphore and North Haven.
Community garden and monthly produce swap at the Largs Bay St Alban’s Church.
Produce swap on the 2nd Saturday of the month 9.30am—11am.
Located at Port Adelaide Uniting Church, anyone interested in home gardening & sharing garden produce is welcome.
Based in Semaphore, it facilitates gathering food ‘waste’ from restaurants, cafes and food retailers and assists distribution for home and school-based garden composting activities.
FishWatch volunteers schedule clean ups at Garden Island.
Contact the Fishcare Volunteer Coordinator, PIRSA, 8169 0118 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To foster a unified community approach to the protection and wise use of the Gulf of St Vincent
Group working with Council, State Government and the local community to advance the cause of bicycle use as practical, day to day transport and mobility.
Dedicated to conservation of our maritime, cultural, Indigenous, environmental and built heritage. The Branch is an advocacy branch, and relays its ideas and concerns to government and other stakeholders.
The group endeavours to enhance the natural biodiversity of this area of the coastal environment. They meeting weekly on Monday mornings.
AusOcean’s mission is to help oceans by developing and applying technology for solving ocean science and conservation challenges.
Restoring and protecting areas of remnant native vegetation. Learn new skills at a bushcare workshop then participate in regular Bush Action days or adopt a local site.
The Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary protects resident and migratory shorebirds along the coast of Gulf St Vincent. Some of these migratory birds travel from Siberia, Alaska, Korea and beyond to reach our backyard to feed.
A new volunteer group caring for the North Haven Dunes. Come along and join in on the first Sunday of each month. Call Jan 0412 724 924 or email friendsNHSD@outlook.com
The Friends preserve, conserve, promote and enhance the environmental, historical and cultural heritage of Torrens Island.
To promote and facilitate the ecologically sustainable interest and study of Mollusca & marine invertebrates.
Rooms above the Semaphore Library are open each Friday afternoon 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. and members are in attendance.
Semaphore Park Community Garden is a place of friendship, encouragement and learning together. Plus we grow awesome veggies!