The Conservation Council ACT Region is a peak body representing environmental groups whose main purpose is conservation and protection of the environment. Our Member Groups represent over 15,000 people. The collective strength that comes from a united and connected membership enables us to provide leadership and be a voice for the environment. Our Member Groups contribute to creating a healthy environmental future for Canberra and its region.

Become a Member Group
Community environmental and conservation groups are encouraged to apply for membership of Conservation Council ACT Region. By becoming a Member Group of the Conservation Council you will join a network of environment groups and other organisations in the Canberra region who work for a better environmental future. Read about the advantages of being a Member Group. The Board considers and must approve membership of the Conservation Council so please enclose your Constitution if incorporated or attach a brief statement of the mission, aim or objectives of your organisation. Written applications are required for Board consideration so please contact us to join our environmental network.

Current Member Groups

Please use the 2016–2017 Membership form to renew your member group details so that we are up-to-date with your representatives and contact details.

Our Member Groups
The ACT Region is a hive of environmental activity with a network of groups that work on a diverse range of issues – birds, transport, bush-walking, re-vegetation, climate change, sustainability – everything environment. We encourage you to get active by joining with any of our Member Groups listed below: