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Roleybushcare is an environmental community group that is focused on the maintaining and protecting the bushland around the Roleystone and Karragullen areas.

Roleybushcare is a non-profit, volunteer organisation. The group receives funding from sponsorships and government grants to pay for the cost of materials. They have regular revegetation field days during winter and dieback treatment field days during spring, summer and autumn. These days are made possible by the continuous participation of the community, so if you have the time, please feel free to join in.

Mission Statement

The objectives of the Group are:-

  • To work with the community to improve the conservation and social values of Roleystone bushland reserves.
  • To treat the bushland reserves in and around Roleystone to prevent the spread of dieback and minimize the impact of the disease on the reserves.
  • To educate the Roleystone community about the causes of dieback, nature of its spread and methods to treat susceptible or infected plants.
  • To encourage the community to reduce the risk of spreading or increasing the impact of dieback on local government reserves and on their own properties.
  • To foster dieback awareness and knowledge of methods to combat dieback in other local communities and conservation groups.