Volunteer Support

Are you a member of an environmental volunteer group doing great work in the Hills or Fleurieu Peninsula?

Landscapes Hills and Fleurieu wants to support you to be the best you can be, by keeping your group mobilised, safe and working on the sites most important to you.

Read all the way to the bottom to see the four major opportunities (including funding!) we provide to groups working on Country.


At present, we insure about 60 groups working in the Hills and Fleurieu region.You can learn more about whether your group is eligible for our insurance by reading this factsheet. If you would like to apply for insurance, please complete this form - Hills and Fleurieu Insurance Renewal form 2023-24.


If members of your group are in need of First Aid Training, we can cover the cost of this. First Aid training sessions are arranged on an as-needs basis – please contact us to find out more.

From time to time we will offer group training in other disciplines (e.g. Cultural Awareness Training). Keep an eye on our website and Facebook to stay across these opportunities.

GreenSafe Grants – up to $500 of funding!

If your volunteer group is in need of personal protective equipment or minor tools to assist with safe work, then please read our eligibility criteria for a GreenSafe grant via the link below.

The upper limit of the grant is $500 per group per financial year, and in 2024, groups can apply anytime between February 7 and May 19, or until our total funding pool is exhausted.

The application and reporting process is short and simple. Volunteer groups working on environmental projects are eligible, as well as schools who can demonstrate commitment to significant environmental projects.

See eligibility and guidelines here.

Apply for GreenSafe Grants here.

Grassroots Grants

Volunteer groups are able to apply for Grassroots Grants funding each year to support environmental projects.

See our Grants and Funding page for more information.