Friends of Malabar Headland (FoMH) is a community group formed in April 2000 to protect the natural and cultural heritage of Malabar Headland.
Our group includes people with a wide range of skills including bush regenerators, legal experts, map makers, botanists, and bird watchers. Above all, we share a love for the bush.
We are committed to working with the community to ensure that the Headland is retained in its natural state for future generations to enjoy.
Our vision for Malabar Headland is outlined in our 2002 Proposal for Boora National Park on Malabar Headland – Draft Community Plan of Management (FoMH, 2002).
We meet at 7 PM on the first Thursday of every second month starting February. Meetings are held at St Marks Church Hall, corner of Victoria Lane and Franklin Street Malabar – location (Google Maps).
If you are interested in learning about the Headland and FoMH’s activities, you are welcome to come along to a meeting.
Each of our volunteer Bush Regeneration groups works one morning a week and welcomes new members:
- Eastern Bushland Group works 9 AM – 1 PM Thursday; contact Jonathan on 9398 3619 for details
- Western Bushland Group works 9 AM – 1 PM Sunday; contact Don on 9311 2665 for details
For further information on Bushcare Volunteering, visit the Randwick City Council web site.