The Ashbourne Landcare area is bounded by the Woodend-Tylden Road in the North, Harpers Road on the East, Falloons Road and Gleeds Lane on the West and the head of the Campaspe River, at the top of the Great Dividing Range, in the South.
Ashbourne Landcare Group has an active committee that meets between 5 and 7 times per year, holding member events such as field days and working bees 4 or 5 times per year.
One of the Ashbourne Landcare Group subcommittees is the Weed Action Group (WAG). This group has been working since 2012 to set up a landholder engagement program to tackle the areas of extensive gorse and blackberry infestations. This successful program engaged 40 landholders to sign up to three year weed removal plans.
Ashbourne Landcare also undertakes works on public land: ALG is committed to restoring and maintaining several public reserves along the Campaspe River, including Marsh Court Reserve and the Ashbourne Reserve in partnership with local/regional authorities.