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The Care for Hedland Environmental Association has a range of Programs, which are aimed at involving members of the public from all backgrounds and of all ages.

The association was the 2010 winner WA Environment Award Biodiversity Conservation for their Turtle Monitoring Program.

Turtle Monitoring

The community-based turtle monitoring program was established in 2004 to provide a much-needed role for the awareness and conservation of the local threatened flatback sea turtle species Natator depressus.

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Garden Club

The Hedland Garden Club is for anyone with a passion for gardening and an interest in helping to make the local town a more vibrant place to live. Workshops and gardening-related events will be publicised on the Hedland Garden...

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Waste Management

Recycle Day

Recycle Day is held from 8:00am to 10:00am on the second Saturday of the month at the following locations:

  • Port Hedland Turf Club; and
  • South Hedland Shopping Centre.
On Recycle Day, separ...

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Care for Hedland has a primary objective to raise awareness of local environmental issues of the Hedland township as well as the surrounding Pilbara region.

Communicating directly with government, bu...

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Community Garden

The RSL Community Garden in South Hedland has had great success in growing delicious produce for market. The Hedland Garden Club meets at the garden regularly to propagate and plant seedlings. If you would like to grow your ow...

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Reef Monitoring

Care for Hedland through funding from an Atlas Iron Helping Hands grant and support from the WA Museum and BHP Billiton Iron Ore are proud to announce their new reef monitoring program REEF WATCH.

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Shorebird Program

Shorebird counts: TBA

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