Join the Friends of Clontarf Hill

Keep up to date with initiatives and activities, and meet likeminded friends, neighbours and all who care about conservation and Clontarf Hill. Cost is only $10 annually. You do not have to actively volunteer on site to provide support – your membership is an important contribution.

  • You can also become a corporate supporter- (eg team building days)

 

  • Become a member of the Friends of Clontarf Hill.  You do not have to actively volunteer on site to provide support – your membership is an important contribution.Download a membership form.pdf (49k) 
  • Visit the hill and enjoy the sounds of the wind and the birds. 
  • Volunteer with us. Contact us to find a role that suits your interests and passion.
  • Enjoy a school excursion on the hill.
  • Tell us what you think; we welcome your suggestions and comments.

WeWeed

The Friends have a weeding day every second Sunday of each month of the year.  Meet at the Gordon Road entrance from 8.00 am to get involved:

  • Sunday, 12th February
  • Sunday, 12th March
  • Sunday, 9th April
  • Sunday, 14 May
  • Sunday, 9 July
  • Sunday, 13 Aug
  • Sunday, 10 Sept
  • Sunday, 8 Oct
  • Sunday, 12 Nov
  • Sunday, 10 Dec

Check our Facebook page for details on upcoming events and clean up days.

Support our Planting Days

Planting days are held in the winter months.  Our 2022 planting day, held on Saturday 4 June and Sunday 5 June was a great success.

In 2023 we are  focussing on weeding.   

Help Protect Clontarf Hill

  • Keep your dog on a lead.
  • Keep to the designated paths.
  • Observe and learn about our bushland.

The following links will take you to websites that we find useful.

Plants

Florabase is a dynamic and interactive resource . It provides information about our State’s extraordinary diversity.
https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au

Honkey Nuts is a great resource to learn more about trees and plants in the Perth area

https://honkeynuts.com.au

 

Birds

Birdlife Western Australia holds informative meetings, regular bird watching excursions and lots more –

http://www.birdlife.org.au/locations/birdlife-western-australia

 

Report Vandalism

Report any dumping of rubbish, or use of motor bikes, cars, 4X4s to:

City of Fremantle Ranger services:
T: 9432 9905
F: 9432 9909
After hours: 1300 360 666
E: rangers@fremantle.wa.gov.au

To effectively report an off-road motor bike take note of location, time and also the details of the rider. For example: black helmet, red jacket, blue pants, black boots, blue and yellow bike  + time and location.

Report Fires Immediately

Dial 000

We acknowledge and pay respect to the Whadjuk Noongar elders past, present and emerging whose land was never ceded.