Non profit community groups & associations, local councils and state and federal government representatives in the Ballina, Byron Bay, Clarence, Richmond, Tweed Valley, Gold Coast and Scenic Rim region of New South Wales, Australia
is a grass-roots community group with a passion for coastal wildlife rescue and conservation. [Our] objective is to reduce the human impact on wildlife through rescue, research and education.
Gold Coast Theatre Alliance is the directory for live theatre and performances in the Ballina, Byron, Tweed and Gold Coast region, with upcoming shows and seasons, online bookings for performances, audition notices and links to local theatre groups.
Meets the first Tuesday of every month (except January) at 7.30 pm RSL Sub-Branch Hall, 13 Bugden Avenue, Alstonville, NSW. New members welcome.
Objectives include promoting friendship and courtesy on the road, fostering four-wheel-driving as a recognized pastime, and actively encouraging the conservation of Australia's natural environment.
Byron Bird Buddies (BBB) incorporates Belongil Bird Buddies and is designed to promote conservation and community education programs for all shorebirds and waterbirds that lie within the area known as the Cape Byron Marine Park.
Friends of the Koala is a non-profit community group run by volunteers dedicated to conserving koalas in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales. Volunteer rehabilitators operate a 24 hour rescue service for sick, injured and orphaned koalas.
The North Coast Regional Weed Committee has been established as part of a new approach to weed management across the North Coast.
Northern Rivers Wildlife Carers Inc. is a not-for-profit network of trained volunteers that is licensed to rescue and rehabilitate sick, injured or orphaned wildlife for release back into the wild.
The mission of the Lupus Association is to work towards a world without lupus and associated connective tissue diseases through support, education and research into a cure.
WIRES is a non-profit, Non Party Political organisation, where animal welfare always comes first. Carers undertake intensive training in wildlife care, and many go on to specialise in specific species.
A group of bird watchers, twitchers, and amateur ornithologists located in the Tweed Valley of northern New South Wales, Australia.
The rescue and rehabilitation of native fauna by volunteers for return to their natural environment, using the best and most up-to-date information from all relevant sources.
We are here to support the social, cultural, educational and welfare needs of residents on the Tweed Coast. Op shop, Technology Centre and CentreLink services available, see web site for opening hours.
working together in preserving our unique and natural environment and to shape how we live and grow. Hall hire, community projects include a community garden, the monthly Fifteen Minutes of Fame, quarterly craft market, and more.
Uki Community Technology Centre (CTC). Internet Cafe, Fax Services, Printing, Photocopying, Scanning, Laminating and Binding. Technical help and training is also available at a reasonable rate. The CTC is open Monday to Friday 9am-4pm.
Local volunteer website featuring history, tall tales and true, businesses, services and events.