News

3 weeks ago

The Gold Coast Catchment Association is moving into a little office at the Country Paradise Parklands and we are kindly asking for your help.

Send us an email (info@goldcoastcatchments.org) if you ... See more

3 weeks ago
Platypus Watch Gold Coast

PlatypusWatch is one of our long term Citizen Science programs. Find out about the latest local Tallebudgera Platypus updates.

We have not been out surveying Tallebudgera Creek for the last few years as we have not seen or heard of any platypus in this system for a long time.

To keep the program going in this creek, we ... See more

4 weeks ago
Photos from Gold Coast Catchment Association's post

Our southern group Gecko Environment Council was also out in Currumbin this morning! Hunter joined us this morning and even took his own Waterbury sampling kit and walked away saying he wants to ... See more

4 weeks ago
Coomera River Catchment Group

The joys of water quality sampling! Thank you for your continuous efforts Coomera Crew - Coomera River Catchment Group. These surveys are part of our Water quality citizen science programs.

Water sampling takes us to a variety of different locations along the Coomera River. Some examples this morning from above the weir.

1 month ago
Gold Coast Green Week

We have our own Gold Coast Green Week page for this years event! Give it a like to stay up to date

Gold Coast Green Week is a curated 10-day calendar of environmental events that celebrate our unique natural environment.

1 month ago
Somerset Community Tree Planting Day

Somerset College Sustainable Spartans are organising a Tree Planting Day at the school on May 11th.

There will be 2500 native trees to plant, a sewing bee to make pouches for rescued Joeys and a ... See more

Join us in celebrating the launch of Somerset Creek Conservation Project with a community tree planting day and wildlife conservation event! There will be 2500 native trees to plant, a sewing bee to ... See more

1 month ago
Australia’s 2018 environmental scorecard: a dreadful year that demands action

A good reminder of why we are out there trying to educate and engage people!

Australia's environment took a beating in 2018, as temperatures rose, rainfall declined, the health of rivers and ecosystems worsened, and floods, droughts and bushfires all took their toll.

1 month ago

We can't wait for another Catchment Crawl!

This year we are heading to Numinbah Valley and will join forces with City of Gold Coast, Seqwater, Healthy Land and Water, Bornhoffen PCYC Leadership ... See more

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