Since its inception in 1991, Noosa & District Landcare Group has been operating as a community non-for-profit organisation supporting the restoration of the Noosa and surrounding regions. Unlike many traditional landcare groups, our business model has evolved so that we can provide a range of professional, fee-for-service work and project delivery that supports our community engagement and investment. Which means, you can be sure that your dollar is not only getting the vital work done but is also educating a new generation of landcarers at the same time.

With over 30 years’ experience in vegetation management and horticulture, we provide a diverse range of services including carbon and environmental offsets, ecosystem restoration, vegetation management, environmental consultancy, training and education, and native plant production.

Whilst operating primarily at a grass roots level, Noosa & District Landcare also contributes at a strategic planning level on matters of state and national significance.

Our strong environmental ethic and ability to deliver quality results, starting from project proposal stage through to implementation, is widely recognised. We take pride in ensuring our projects create long-lasting impact on our surrounding environment and for our clients.

Training and education are the most important aspect of the services provided by Noosa & District Landcare Group and is embedded in all that we do. We offer both accredited and non-accredited courses and training, while also supporting community capacity building and awareness through a variety of field days, workshops and lectures each year.

We partner with local landholders, local, state and federal governments, private investors, schools, universities and catchment care groups in the Burnett, Mary and Sunshine Coast regions.


Our region is an abundant, biodiverse landscape that supports flora, fauna and people in harmony.


To promote sustainable natural resource management and conservation through environmental stewardship, learning and community engagement.


We accept our responsibilities for stewardship of the land and will act accordingly. We respect the culture, values, innovations, practices and knowledge of Indigenous people.

We value all our staff and will strive to be recognised as an employer of choice.

We value and respect the contributions being made by our members, volunteers, partners, and the general community to further the conservation and advancement of abundant biodiverse landscapes.

View our Constitution.

View our Annual Report.

Transforming our Landscape Together