Local environmental events and groups

Family bushwalking.

Find out what sustainable activities are available locally:


Community planting days

Keen to help us plant native seedlings in our nature reserves? Find an event near you this season and get involved.

Please be sun safe and wear long sleeves, hat, sunscreen and enclosed shoes. Gloves will be provided if you don't have your own.

DateEvent namePartnersTimeLocationRegistration link
Sunday 19 MaySecret Harbour Coastal Crew Planting Day
  • Secret Harbour Coastal Crew
  • City of Rockingham
9.30am-12pmSecret Harbour – meet at Harbour Playground (Octopus Park) end of Palisades RoadRegister
Saturday 25 MayFriends of Point Peron Planting Day
  • Friends of Point Peron
  • Shah Satnam Ji Green S Welfare Force Wing
9.30am-1pmPoint Peron – meet at the corner of Memorial Drive and Point Peron RoadRegister
Sunday 16 JuneSingleton Coastcare Planting Day
  • Singleton Coastcare
  • City of Rockingham
9am-12pmSingleton – end of Bights Reef Road (car park)Register
Saturday 22 JuneGolden Bay Progress Association Planting Day
  • Golden Bay Progress Association
  • City of Rockingham
9am-12pmGolden Bay – end of Karunjie Road, follow the pathway up to the dunes and look for bannersRegister
Saturday 29 June

Kennedy Bay Coastcare Planting Day

  • Kennedy Bay Coastcare
  • Shah Satnam Ji Green S Welfare Force Wing
  • City of Rockingham
9.30am-1pmKennedy Bay – Left of the Port Kennedy Boat RampRegister

Perth Natural Resource Management (Perth NRM) - Coastal & Marine Education

  • The City of Rockingham partners with Perth NRM’s Coastal & Marine Program to deliver educational opportunities with the City’s community groups and local schools. Perth NRM supports coordinating planting events, beach clean ups, community capacity building training, workshops and supporting existing groups to increase impact along Rockingham’s coastline.

    Perth NRM supports the following local coastal community groups in Rockingham:

    • Singleton Coastcare
    • Kennedy Bay Coastcare
    • Golden Bay Progress Association
    • Friends of Point Peron
    • Secret Harbour Coastal Crew
    • Rockingham Beach Cleans

    Coastal Community Enquiries:

    Vanessa McGuiness
    Coastal & Marine Program Coordinator (South)

  • Adopt A Beach

    Perth NRM’s Adopt A Beach Program offers fun, hands-on, and curriculum-linked activities that help students conserve and learn about the marine and coastal environment. Adopt A Beach delivers a wide range of incursions and excursions suitable for all primary and secondary students in the Perth metro area.

    From beach clean ups to coastal erosion case studies, there is something for every class.

    By participating in the Adopt A Beach Program, students can:

    • learn about the importance of coastal and marine ecosystems
    • learn about sustainability issues and solutions relating to ocean plastic pollution, beach erosion, population pressures and climate change
    • restore the coast and create habitat through dune care activities like planting native seedlings and weeding invasive species.

    City of Rockingham schools can access this program for free in 2024/2025, as part of the City's partnership with Perth NRM.

    Find out more about the Adopt A Beach Program.

    Adopt A Beach Program Enquiries:

    Nora Larry
    Adopt A Beach Program Coordinator

Community gardens

The Baldivis Community Garden and Rockingham City Garden welcome new members and aim to bring the community together through gardening. Find out more at Grow It Local.


Rockingham Regional Environment Centre

49 Safety Bay Road, Rockingham WA 6168

The Environment Centre, also known as Naragebup, is an education and resource facility available to enable a greater understanding of environmental issues and sustainable lifestyle choices.

49 Safety Bay Road, Rockingham

Baldivis Children's Forest

1399 Mandurah Road, Baldivis WA 6171

The Baldivis Children's Forest is a public reserve of 49 acres located approximately 50km south of Perth. It contains tuart woodlands and Conservation Category wetland Outridge Swamp.

1399 Mandurah Road, Baldivis

Friends of Point Peron

Friends of Point Peron meet somewhere in Cape Peron (look for their sign on the road verge) most Sundays throughout the year to plant, weed, water, collect seeds and tend to seedlings, and to assist the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions in managing the park.  Find out more at Urban Bushland WA.

Cape Peron
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