The Association

The Gold Coast Catchment Association is the umbrella organisation for community groups and individuals who are involved in the protection and on-going care for Gold Coast’s catchments and environment. The ‘doers’ who get dirt under their nails, plant trees, remove weeds and clean up waterways and beaches. 

The Association was established to create a growing community network to:

– Share knowledge
– Provide a voice for catchments, our members and the community
– Help educate the wider community about the benefits of healthy catchments
– Act as an auspicing body for non-incorporated groups (e.g. our members)
– Provide advice and support to our members to encourage them to grow

There are an increasing number of groups and individuals who are taking action to protect and care Gold Coast’s catchments and environment. We seek to support and help network those that care so that collectively the community can become stronger and more effective on the ground and where it counts.

Our ultimate aim is to make a real difference to restore our catchments to places of beauty, clean water and native habitat that will support our community and wildlife for centuries to come.

Tamborine Mountain Landcare site

A restored waterway: successful efforts by Tamborine Mountain Landcare

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