2017 Wrap up by Wal Mayr

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2017 has been a great year with over $400,000 in project value being administered by the Association.  These projects represent a wide spectrum of activities, from Pest Animal Management to restoring large areas of critically endangered Sub-tropical Lowland Rainforest.  Check out the projects for yourself at https://goldcoastcatchments.org/our-projects/. The Association had a direct and indirect project management […]

For the love of the earth

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A great article on our Gold Coast Biggest Tree Planting Day 2017 by seniorsnews.com.au. The loss of native Australian bush on the Gold Coast verges on a tragedy but, on a brighter note, many opportunities are offered for volunteers to be involved in bush restoration work. Gold Coast Catchment Association president Wal Mayr says much of […]

Gold Coast Catchment Crawl 2017

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On the 3rd of June, the Gold Coast Catchment Association held it’s largest ever annual Catchment Crawl. 55 keen environmentalists of all different ages and levels of restoration experience packed themselves into two full buses and journeyed into Austinville Valley. The day was a part of Gold Coast Green Week run by Gecko and was a […]

Special notice: Gold Coast Biggest Tree Planting Day Is This Sunday

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Gold Coast Biggest Tree Planting Day Is This Sunday Gold Coast Biggest Tree Planting Day is happening this Sunday and this time we will be planting 15,000 plants in one day, along one creek, at Country Paradise Parklands in Nerang. Hosted by Nerang Riverkeepers and proudly supported by the City of Gold Coast and the Gold Coast Catchment Association, everyone is invited […]