SEE-Change’s activities are led by our volunteers working together in groups. Our groups are either geographically based or topic based. They are led by a convenor or co-convenors and meet on a regular basis to discuss ideas and plan activities. 

Groups choose the topics they focus on based on their interests and passions. 40% of membership fees are allocated to the geographic groups to help cover the costs of holding events.

Woden Group

The Woden Group are focused on retrofitting a breezy shed at the Canberra City Farm into a sustainable building in 2019. For further details on how you can get involved with SEE-Change Woden activities, contact the Convener.

Belconnen Group

The Belconnen Group was the first SEE-Change group and organised the first bulk buy of solar panels for 60 homes. 

The Belconnen Group is seeking a new convenor or two co-convenors. Contact the SEE-Change office to find out more. 

The Jerrabomberra Wetlands

The Jerrabomberra Wetlands project is a SEE-Change Inner South initiative, established to assist with the conservation of the Jerrabomberra Wetlands.

The program is run by Friends of Jerrabomberra Wetlands, who collaborate with local residents and various heritage groups, education and indigenous groups to raise awareness and protect and restore the wetlands.

Activities include tree planting, weeding, fencing, fauna surveys, water monitoring and more.

Working bees are held twice a month at the Jerrabomberra Wetlands led by Deborah Kellock. You can contact Jerrabomberra Wetlands Coordinator.

Inner South Group

This group has members with diverse expertise, which they use to develop practical information sessions. They also make submissions to the ACT Government about planning processes. 

For further details on how you can get involved with SEE-Change Inner South activities, contact the Convener.

Gungahlin Group 

The Gungahlin group meets every 6-8 weeks to share sustainability tips and resources. They also have an active Facebook group where they stay connected between meetings.

For further details on how to get involved with SEE-Change Gungahlin activities, contact the Convener.


WasteLess focus on better waste management in Canberra and reducing consumerism. This group meets on a regular basis at the Gang Gang Café at Downer.

For further details on how to get involved with SEE-Change WasteLess activities, contact the Convenor.   


SEE-Change is collaborating with CoCanberra (Co-operatives, Commons and Communities Canberra).

If you are interested in cooperatives, worker self-directed enterprises, commons, community based infrastructure and organisations, the democratisation of capital, alternative forms of ownership, non-hierarchical management and building a new and just economy, then look no further than CoCanberra.

CoCanberra meet on a regular basis on the last Monday of every month. 

CoCanberra is associated with the New Economy Network of Australia (NENA).

Contact the Convenor.

Cohousing Canberra

Cohousing Canberra started in 2017 as a group of SEE-Change. They are now an incorporated association and trying to purchase a parcel of land in order to build a co-housing development. 

You can find out more about Cohousing Canberra on Facebook.

Find out’s what happening by checking out our Events page.