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1 week ago
NaturallyGC Platypus Appreciation Day

Our Platypus Appreciation Day is back! Save the date, March 8th!

There will be free kids Platypus craft and a hands on waterbugs activity with Gold Coast Catchment Association.

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The platypus is an amazing semi-aquatic mammal that is endemic to Eastern Australia and Tasmania. It is primarily nocturnal, living in creeks and rivers from cold highlands areas to tropical ... See more

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

Tackle bins offer a handy solution to unwanted fishing tackle, keeping it safe out of the environment so it cannot harm wildlife, and increase awareness of the need for safe disposal.

The Tackle Bin ... See more

2 weeks ago
Sponsors and Partners

We couldn't do what we do without the amazing support of our Sponsors and Partners. Have you spotted our sponsor page on our website?

https://goldcoastcatchments.org/sponsors-and-partners/

Platinum Sponsor Catchment Management UnitEnvironmental PlanningNatural Areas Management Unit Gold Sponsor Silver Sponsor Bronze Sponsor Partners

2 weeks ago
Aussie Ark

We need to act NOW!

The iconic platypus is emerging as a silent victim during the wildlife crisis Australia is currently experiencing.

Aussie Ark staff have been in the field assessing the situation faced by our ... See more

2 weeks ago

Looking for some entertainment for the kids these school holidays? We still have a couple of spaces available on the Platypus Kids workshop at Beenleigh Library on Tuesday 14th January, ... See more

3 weeks ago

First jewel beetles have been released in our breeding tents for our Cats Claw Bio Control program! Watch this space for updates!

3 weeks ago

Cleaning up the hard drive for 2020 to find this beautiful animal one file. Filmed during one of our platypus surveys! Enjoy

3 weeks ago

Office hours this week:

Monday 8-3
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 7-3
Thursday 7-3
Friday 7-3

Don't forget to deliver those toads, fill out your data entry forms on our website for the citizen science ... See more

3 weeks ago
Half a billion animals perish in fires

This is absolutely heartbreaking 🙁

There are real concerns entire species of plants and animals have been wiped out by bushfires following revelations almost 500 million animals have died since the crisis began.

3 weeks ago

Happy New Year and Happy New Decade! It feels strange to say/write this whilst the country remains on fire and we are dealing with great biodiversity loss. Even more motivation for us as an ... See more

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