Wahroonga Waterways Landcare was founded in 2012 by land conservation managers working for Adventist Aged Care Wahroonga, who were passionate about protecting the habitat corridor along Coups Creek, Wahroonga, and teaching the local community about the beauty and fragility of the area. Our operations have since begun to extend into the upper reaches of the Lane Cove National Park.
Since its founding, Wahroonga Waterways Landcare has brought hundreds of local school children into the area to learn about native fauna and flora, bush tucker, Indigenous practices and colonial history. The group regularly participates in National Tree Day, using the opportunity to consolidate and extend areas of endangered Blue Gum High Forest and Sydney Turpentine Ironbark Forest.
Although the land along Coups Creek is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, it is open for public use. We only ask that you follow our rules to keep the bush safe.