Families and local community groups come together to support conservation activities


This year, we have created meaningful opportunities for Woodside employees and their families to engage with nature and contribute to their local community. Together, we’ve embarked on a journey that has enriched lives, promoted coastal conservation, and strengthened community bonds.



Through our Woodside Revive Volunteering Program, we’ve opened doors for Woodside employees and their families to experience the joy of working alongside local Landcare community groups. Together, we’ve supported the essential work of rehabilitating coastal dune systems, making a genuine impact on the environment.

Encouragingly, we’ve seen the extra mile that some Woodside families have gone. Beyond our program, some have become active members of local community coastcare groups like Cottesloe Coastcare, enthusiastically participating in regular community working bees.

One of the program’s highlights was watching Sophie, a dedicated Woodside employee, and her daughter plant spinifex to help stabilise the eroded dune at North Cottesloe Beach. Sophie summed up the experience:

“This is our local community, and so we’ll be able to watch the spinifex that we planted grow.”



Robyn Benken, Vice Chair of Cottesloe Coastcare, echoed the sentiment, appreciating Woodside’s continuous support:

“The family team at Woodside Energy did a great job planting our last local seedlings on the dunes opposite Grant Marine Park.”


“We are always on the lookout for more hands. Thanks to the lovely kids and parents – you did a great job. Thanks to Conservation Volunteers Australia who brought this team to Cottesloe to assist our work.”



Throughout the Woodside Family Day events, we collectively planted 815 native coastal seedlings, taking additional steps like adding tree guards and mulching to aid dune stabilisation and promote coastal biodiversity.

As we continue our partnership with Woodside, we look forward to even more opportunities to foster a deep connection with nature, strengthen community bonds, and make a lasting impact on our local environment.



To become a CVA partner, please reach out to [email protected]