Friends of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment seeks

permanent environmental protection for bushland in Narrabeen Lagoon catchment.

Only 17% of the catchment is protected within Garigal National Park. 16% is Crown Land needing more permanent environmental protection.

Michael Regan, MP, holding a model of a lizard together with members of the public in Parliament House on June 29,2023

0n June 29,2023,
Michael Regan, MP,

presented in parliament the petition arranged by Envirolink and signed by 12000 people objecting to the proposal from Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council that would involve a residential area of 430 dwellings to be built where currently there is valuable bushland supporting a range of native wildlife.

This is an aerial view of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment.

A large area is owned by Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council.

Click here to learn about landcare work being done by the Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council

After years of lobbying, on 1/4/2014
the Narrabeen Lagoon State Park was declared
and in May 2017 the Park was extended.

Click here for the 2017 map of Narrabeen Lagoon State Park.

Can you help us achieve bushland protection?
We would welcome your membership.

The Story of Narrabeen Lagoon

Our activities

Prevention of Wildlife Roadkill

Bushwalkers at a waterfall
in Narrabeen Lagoon catchment