The Coastwatchers Association Incorporated is the leading community environmental and conservation group serving the South Coast of NSW, principally in the Shire of Eurobodalla between Narooma and Batemans Bay.
The Coastwatchers Association Inc (Coastwatchers) is a not-for-profit community environment and conservation group that has served the South Coast of NSW since its formation in 1983 and its incorporation in 1986.It is listed on the Register of Environmental Organisations and has tax-deductible-gift-recipient status for its public fund, the Coastwatchers Environment Fund.
Coastwatchers aims to protect the local environment, and preserve the integrity of the ecological systems of the NSW South Coast. For 38 years it has worked on the protection of forests and other local ecosystems, and helped to steer local development in a direction that least threatens local plant and animal species and communities.
Coastwatchers works principally in the Shire of Eurobodalla between from South Durras to Wallaga Lake, but also works with community groups in the bordering Shires of Shoalhaven (north), Bega (south) and Palerang (west).
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