Working With TRLA

Come and join the TRLA team. We are a happy cohesive team who like to work in hybrid roles which are split between working from home offices, in our nursery space and out in the environment. We have varied roles across the NW and Tamworth Region  which may interest you:

Current job vacancies:

Liverpool plains and Gunnedah coordinator (0.65FTE) part time
PD-LLC-0.65FTE-Liverpool-Plains-Gunnedah-(1).pdf

North West Youth and Education Coordinator - full time 
 PD-NW-Youth-and-Education-coordinator.pdf

Tamworth Regional Groups Coordinator
PD-LLC-1FTE-Tamworth-Regional-Groups-Coordinator.pdf

Tamworth Administrative officer (0.5FTE) part time
PD-TAO.pdf

Regional Administrative officer (0.5 FTE) part time
PD-RAO.pdf

Regional Landcare Coordinator - full time
Regional Landcare Coordinator - Employment | Northern Slopes Landcare Association


Latest News


Community Garden Open Day

Community Garden Open Day

🌱🌻 Exciting Announcement! 🌻🌱

Join us at the Nemingha Community Garden Open Day on April 14th at 10:30 am! 🎉

Discover the incredible benefits of composting and learn about the vital role microbiology plays in nurturing our soils. 🌿🔬

We'll also be hosting a coin donation BBQ and serving morning tea to keep you fueled up for all the fun activities! ☕

Don't miss out! See you there at 18 Railway St, Nemingha NSW. Let's celebrate community and sustainable gardening together! 🌍💚 #NeminghaCommunityGarden #OpenDay #Sustainability #Composting #Microbiology #CommunityEvent

Additional opening hours for our Nursery during Autumn

Additional opening hours for our Nursery during Autumn

Exciting news! Landcare Nursery is thrilled to announce that we'll be extending our opening hours to include Saturdays from 9am to 2pm, starting Easter Weekend and continuing throughout the entire Autumn season. We can't wait to serve you better and help you with all your gardening needs!


Wallabadah, what have we learnt about our water

Join us for a morning of reflection and learning as we revisit the outcomes of water and water related land management initiatives undertaken in our community since 2018, with the support and assistance of Local Land Services, DPI, UNE and other technical experts, including Martin O’Rourke. The focus of this event will be on what we have learned and what we can do about improving our future water security as a community and as landholders.




Bush Tucker Workshop

23 March 2024 | TAMWORTH

Embark on a captivating journey of discovery as we delve into the realm of Traditional Australian Bush Tucker at our upcoming event. Led by our esteemed Nursery Manager, Paul Moxon, this immersive experience will unveil the secrets of iconic plants such as Scurvy Weed, Darling Lily, Native Raspberry, and the elusive Chocolate Lily and Vanilla Lily. Delve into the rich cultural heritage intertwined with these indigenous plants as we learn about traditional harvesting methods, sustainable cultivation practices, and the profound significance they hold in Australian history. Join us as we deepen our appreciation for the land and its traditional bounty


Grant writing and Project management Workshop

Attention all community groups!
Are you eager to turn your innovative ideas into impactful projects but unsure where to start? Join us for an exclusive Grant and Project Writing Workshop!

In this interactive workshop, you'll learn:

The fundamentals of grant writing
Strategies for crafting compelling project proposals
Tips for effective project management
Q&A session with experienced professionals

Limited spots available, so reserve yours now


Landcare Learning

Come and join us for our first Landcare Learning of 2024. We will be learning about Nature's Nooks: Urban Gardens Creating Haven for Both People and Wildlife. Our guest speaker is Eliza, a 32-year-old mother of two and part-time Medical Sonographer, resides in Tamworth with her husband Doug and children, Arthur and Freya. Settling in Tamworth in 2019, they constructed a resilient home in Moore Creek Gardens amidst drought and bushfires, prioritizing adaptability to extreme weather. Nell Chaffey will also do a short presentation on habitat stepping stones. 

Our members often say that when you become part of Landcare, you’re not just joining a group, you’re becoming part of a family. The concept is so compatible with Australian culture it’s hard not to get involved! By becoming a TRLA member, you’ll be supporting our work, learning new skills, becoming part of the solution, and helping to make a difference for the future.

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together we can make a difference

funding support

Did you know (TRLA) run an Annual Small Grants program for Landcare activities connected to the Tamworth region.

Volunteer Landcare and Grassroots Community groups can apply up to $2,500 for activities that meet an objective of TRLA’s strategic plan with eight successful projects being awarded funds from across the region.

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