Corporate Bushcare Volunteering

Corporate Bushcare Volunteering

Penrith City Council’s Corporate Bushcare Volunteering Program contributes to fostering partnerships between community, government and businesses to deliver environmental outcomes. Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community, and volunteering in Bushcare is not only bound to get your hands a little dirty, but it’ll be a lot of fun, too.

Corporate volunteers are matched with projects within the Penrith area to participate in an environmental project for a specified timeframe. Volunteers assist in planting thousands of native species, removing tonnes of weeds and cleaning up dozens of natural areas each year.

Corporate volunteers leave with a better understanding of biodiversity, the local area, and how their activities at home and work may be impacting our environment.

Want to get involved? Download our Corporate Volunteer Information Package and send it back to us filled out with your information. 

If you have any questions, please email


“Thanks for an amazing experience. Everything was so well organised, informative, and the staff absolutely loved it!” Kingspan Insulated Panels Pty Ltd, international company with a local branch based in St Marys.

‘“The collaboration we recently undertook to install community stems in the Penrith area was a great success. From Greening Australia’s point of view, we find Penrith Council a pleasure to work with. — Greening Australia, national company with branch based in St Marys.

“Thank you for organising the day and doing such a great job coordinating the logistics and planning, it was super professional and I can’t wait to do some more Bushcare with you and your team at Penrith Council! — Endeavour Energy.

“Amazon Australia has a growing presence in cities around Australia and we are delighted to partner with Greening Australia and Penrith Council to help invest and support greening efforts in the local area “It’s fantastic to see what can be achieved when government, private and not-for-profit organisations set out to work together on a project to the benefit of the local community.” — Sid Yadwad, Amazon Australia.



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Check out our video below and see what a Corporate Volunteer Day looks like!

This video was created by CPBG during a volunteer day with Council’s Bushcare team in 2023.