A community organisation established and run by local residents

Friends of Lake Claremont

Our mission is to assist in the conservation and enhancement of Lake Claremont, a Conservation Category Wetland and Bush Forever Site.
In the heart of the Western Suburbs, on the site of a disused golf course, lies Lake Claremont a biodiversity hotspot. The Lake and parklands cover an area of approximately 70 hectares.

Current News

Follow the link below to download our latest newsletter which contains details of our latest projects and local activities


New Website!

We are getting a fresh new look!

Please bear with us whilst we under go renovations

ACNC Registered Charity Tick

Very proud to announce we have the ACNC Registered Charity Tick.

Avian Botulism outbreak


Birds at this lake have been affected by a Botulism outbreak caused by recent rains. Please avoid contact with wildlife or enter the water.

Report sick or injured animals at the site to the Town of Claremont on 9285 4300

Sunday Busy Bee

Please meet at 9:00 am at the old tin shed on the northeast side of Lake Claremont. All equipment, instruction and tea provided.

Please note the new winter hours!

Sunday 13th of May9:00 - 11:00am
Night Chats at Lake Claremont

Sharing Wetland Experiences

Speaker:  Ruth Clark

Ruth Clark will share her experiences and challenges over the past 25 years in landcare management, comparing her stories with the Friends of Lake Claremont.

In 1984, Ruth was a founding member of the Waterbird Conservation Group.  Initially focused on rescuing waterbirds, the group changed direction in 1993 to actively manage and restore Folly and Maramanup Crown Reserve in Baldivis.

Tuesday 22nd May6:00 - 7:00pm