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

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ACNC Registered Charity Tick

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

Night Chats at Lake Claremont

Saving Bibra Lake

Denise Crosby discusses revegetation techniques at Bibra Lake and other environmental practices which have proven to be effective in a wetland setting.

Denise Crosbie has been the full-time Wetland and Education Officer at the Cockburn Wetlands Education Centre at Beeliar Wetlands since 1996.  She was awarded the 2006 John Oldham Conservation Employee Award for her ongoing efforts at the Centre.

The event is hosted by the Friends of Lake Claremont at the Claremont Aquatic Centre, 12 Davies Road, Claremont. The talk commences at 6:00 pm.  Doors open for refreshments at 5:30 pm. A gold coin donation is appreciated.

Tuesday 23rd of October5:30 - 7:00 pm
What to do when...

You find a turtle that is nesting or injured?

Long-necked turtles are often out of the lake and sometimes need your help. Please read the flyer to learn how.

October Busy Bee

Please note new summer hours. Meet at 8:00 am at the old tin shed on the northeast side of Lake Claremont   Focus: hand weeding.  Please join in as we continue the weeding efforts to give the new seedlings a great start. Gloves and instructions provided. Please wear closed-in shoes, long sleeves and a hat. Free tea at the end of the session.

Sunday 14th October08:00 - 10:00am