Caring For Our Coast

Cambridge Coastcare protects and enhances the recreational, educational and environmental values of the natural 4.8kms of coastline within the Town of Cambridge, covering 53ha of coastal bushland reserve.

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How we help

Our planting program relies on volunteers to help conserve the dunes at City Beach and Floreat Beach to mitigate the impact of climate change.

  • Monitor beach usage, impact and environmental changes
  • Conduct volunteer working days for beach front restoration and maintenance
  • Assist the Cambridge Town Council with problems associated with the coastline
  • Seek funding for coastal management projects
  • Monitor beach-front developments and assess impact
  • Encourage public interest in the preservation of the coastline

Our People & Key Partners

Cambridge Coastcare has been active in coastal restoration since 1998.

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See what our volunteers achieved in 2023


Plants in the ground - with covers and fertiliser tablets


Rolls of matting - carefully staked to protect Floreat dunes


Volunteer hours - spent restoring the dunes


Plant survival - when watered for two summers after planting


What local native species thrive in our coastal dunes?

View our commonly planted species

What are the worst weeds of City and Floreat Beaches? Find out this and much more!

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What we’re doing…

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Acknowledgement of Country

Cambridge Coastcare seeks to honour the importance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ spiritual and cultural connection to Country.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians throughout Australia and in particular the Wadjuk peoples of the Noongar nation on whose land we meet.

We pay respect to Elders past and present who have cared for and nurtured the lands and waterways for millennia. We celebrate the continuation of a living culture.