Member Groups

The North Coast Environment Council is comprised of many groups and individual members throughout the region who have a deep interest in our planet’s natural systems and our relationship with them. The more time we spend in areas where nature thrives, the more we want to protect it.  Please find out what our different members are up to by following the links to their stories.  The North Coast is rich in environmental stewardship from all walks of life and the NCEC is a member of the Nature Conservation Council of NSW.  Through all these organisations, threatened animals and living landscapes are being given a voice.  Communities are standing together to oppose invasive mining operations.  More sensible policy in energy, sustainability and planning are agitated for.  What you hear in the news about environmental issues is often because one of these groups researched the issues, raised awareness and lobbied for change to protect people from being poisoned or threatened species from going extinct.  That's why we hope our member list grows so that we can be more effective in improving our planet’s life support systems.

Members of the North Coast Environment Council

Ballina Environment Society

Bellingen Environment Centre 

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The Bellingen Environment Centre maintains an independent voice and funding base through its presentation of the Bi Annual Plant Fair Events.   The Centre contributes to the campaigns on the regional, national and global issues of our time such as climate change, protecting koala and Threatened Species habitat and expanding the network of marine sanctuaries.

The Centre is built and owned by “Sustainable Earth Projects Ltd", a not-for profit company formed by the Bellingen Community. The building was the first business in the Bellingen Shire to be powered by solar, and the Centre is available to any member undertaking an environmental campaign or education project.

Broken Head Protection Society

Bungawalbyn Landcare

Bungawalbyn Landcare was formed in 2008, with our focus on protecting and preserving the natural heritage of the Bungawalbyn Catchment, a very important wetland treasure, located in North-eastern NSW . We are working towards this goal by undertaking sustainable land management practices and raising community awareness of environmental concerns through on ground measures.

Byron Environment Centre

Byron Environment and Conservation Organisation (BEACON)

Caldera Environment Centre

Clarence Environment and Social Justice Centre

Clarence Valley Conservation Coalition

Clarence Valley Watch

Concerned Residents of Arrawarra and Mullaway

Conservation of North Ocean Shores (CONOS)

Coffs Harbour Organic Producers Org Inc.

Cows out of Water

Crescent Head Ratepayers and Residents Association

Dorrigo Environment Watch

EcoNetwork Port Stephens Inc

Friends of the Koala

Friends of South West Rocks

Hunter Community Environment Centre

Jetty Action Group – Jetty Dune Care

Klang Land Environment Action Network

Moonee Action Group

Myall Koala and Enviro Support Group

Nambucca Valley Conservation Association

National Parks Association -Clarence

National Parks Association – Far North Coast

National Parks Association- Mid North Coast

National Parks Association- Three Valleys

Nimbin Environment Centre

Oxygen Farm

Pikapene and Cherrytree Environment Centre

Port Macquarie Conservation Society

Redrock Preservation Society

Rising Tide, Newcastle

Scotts Head Protection Group

Ulitarra Society

Upper Clarence Environment Network

The North Coast Environment Council is a member of:

Australian Forest and Climate Alliance

Bell Miner Associated Dieback Working Group

Better Planning Network

Nature Conservation Council of NSW

North East Forest Alliance

Regional Alliance for Sustainable Planning

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    commented 2017-11-28 08:17:38 +1100
    hi guys, can anything be done about all the logging that’s going on up Coldwater Creek Road, Nana Glen? It’s been going on for months and there’s up to 15 loads a day of logs going out of that area. They are ripping the forest to bits and not cleaning it up and it looks terrible and is still going on. It’s such a disgrace and so many of the residents are complaining about it, we’ve even rung up council and yet they keep doing it and raping our beautiful forests and areas.

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