Annual General Meeting 2018

Sunday 21 October, 3-5pm, Hamilton Hill Community Hub, 1 Starling St.

Join us for the AGM.

There will be an update of the strategic and on-the-ground work we’ve achieved in 2018. Our guest speaker is Linda Metz, the new project manager for the Roe 8 Rehabilitation.

There’s a place for you on the 2019 Committee! Do you have skills in communication- written, verbal, electronic? We are seeking a Deputy Convener and a non committee position helping keep our webpage, Facebook and other social media up to date, and CWC newsletter coordinator/ herder-of-cats.

This is a really exciting time to get involved and further the vision of a wildlife corridor connecting the Beelair wetlands with the Indian Ocean. If you’re passionate about making this vision a reality, please consider joining our lively, well-organised and friendly committee.

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For the latest discussions and events, be sure to visit our facebook page.


‘Virtual Walk Through the Wildlife Corridor’ and AGM

Public Meeting and AGM Sunday 30th April 2-5pm Cockburn Wetlands Centre Hope Rd Bibra Lake


View RenataZelinova’s Presentation

Renata Zelinova is the Business Development Officer (Environmental Planning Tool) at Western Australian Local Government Association


Our guest speaker will be Renata Zelinova, Local Biodiversity Program Manager at the Western Australian Local Government Association (WALGA) with many years of experience in advocating for urban bushland protection. There will also be a virtual walk through the wildlife corridor utilising our new interactive web map, incorporating community ideas from our previous workshops, and a brainstorming workshop for you to participate in.

Would you like to join the organising committee?

If you’d like to join the organising committee for 2017-2018 ensure that you are a current financial Member and then email your nomination with a short statement on your interest and skills for the position to the Returning Officer, Liam Carter by midday Sunday 22 April 2017.

We encourage you to consider your strengths and what capacity you have to contribute to this project.

The Committee Roles are:
1. Chairperson (Co-Convenors)
2. Vice Chairperson (Vice Convenor)
3. Secretary (Co-Secretaries)
4. Treasurer
5. Membership and Volunteer Coordinator
6. Aboriginal Liaison
7. Community Liaison
8. Youth Liaison
9. Grants Coordinator
10. Events Coordinator
11. Communications Coordinator
12. Ordinary Committee Members (5)

For a full description of the roles please see the PDF here.

We look forward to meeting with CWC members, hearing your ideas and building our enthusiasm for making this vision of a world-class wildlife corridor a reality.

On the day:
Please bring a plate to share if you are able.

View Peter Newman’s Presentation

Peter Newman is the Professor of Sustainability at Curtin University is a passionate advocate for the environment, education, and public transport.

View Hans Lambers’ Presentation

Professor Hans Lambers is a passionate advocate for the South West biodiversity hotspot and Professor of Plant Biology at the University of Western Australia.

Value Wilderness in Our Backyard

Tuesday 27th September at 7 pm
Cockburn Wetlands Centre, Hope Road, Bibra Lake

For more information click here to go to our facebook page –

This free public event by Professor Hans Lambers will give people an understanding of some of the values of WA’s world renowned natural beauty that we often take for granted.

The event is also the chance to welcome Hans Lambers, Professor of Plant Biology at the University of Western Australia, as our new Patron.

We are thrilled to have Professor Lambers represent our association. His wealth of knowledge on Australian ecology aligns with our aim for the protection of the remarkable corridor of urban bushland connecting the Beeliar Wetlands with the Indian Ocean, providing habitat for native flora and fauna and a valuable community resource.

Well known not only in Australia but also in Europe and Asia for his work with plant biology and for his many publications, Professor Lambers has also been honoured as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science.

Professor Lambers was the former Secretary General of the Federation of European Societies of Plant Biology and Fellow of the Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science, Honorary Professor at China Agricultural University, Beijing and past President of the Australian Society of Plant Scientists.

He has published more than 350 scientific articles and is the lead author of Plant Physiological Ecology, which has been translated in Chinese and Persian. He is an ISI-listed Highly-Cited author.

In 2006, he started the Kwongan Foundation for the Conservation of Australian Native Biodiversity and has been pursuing having the amazing Kwongan area in Western Australia listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.