CLC Committee

The CLC is governed by a constitution established by the founding committee in December 2014. The present committee were elected by a popular members vote at the 17th October 2015 Annual General Meeting.

CLC are currently looking to fill a vacancy of Legal Officer. If you have legal experience and an interest in the CLC please register your interest at or speak to a committee member.

The current office bearers are as follows:

CLC President Wayne Olling

President – Wayne Olling
Wayne brings a wealth of experience to the CLC having volunteered as an advocate for the Cumberland Plain environment with numerous conservation organisations. In addition to his role for the CLC Wayne is Manager – Flora & Fauna at Blacktown & District Environment Group Inc and Secretary of Cumberland Conservation Network.

KarenVice President – Karen Barron

Karen has vast experience and knowledge of restoration from working throughout the Cumberland Plain. Karen’s connection with CLCs latest aquisition, Wombat, goes back to the initial weed control program in late nineties.


Ben_CLCTreasurer – Ben Fuller

Ben is currently sitting his final year of a Bachelor of Business Course, majoring in Accounting at Western Sydney University. With a head for figures, Ben is keen to use his role at Cumberland Land Conservancy to gain not-for-profit experience.


Secretary and Public Officer – Antony Lewis

AL_Profile PicAntony is a degree engineer in the food industry with a childhood background playing in Hunts Creek and Lake Parramatta. He is a long time environment advocate who is also current Secretary of Blacktown & District Environment Group, and a community representative on Parramatta River Catchment Group and Blacktown Council Environment Advisory Committee.


CLC Scientific Officer Peter MobbsScientific Officer – Peter Mobbs
Peter Mobbs brings over 26 years of experience in bushland conservation & restoration. Peter is full time Teacher of Natural Area Restoration and Conservation & Land Management at Richmond College TAFE


If you have relevant skills and a passion for conservation we encourage you to join the Committee. Please forward enquiries to or speak with one of the existing committee members.