Congratulations to Julianne Weekers and Emu Park Bush Care on their successful planting event on Saturday afternoon. A real team effort with others in the community dropping in to lend a hand to restore some of the coastal habitat
Central Queensland continues to experience continued growth and development, however this makes an impact on our local flora and fauna.
Capricornia Catchments works with community groups and local experts to bring to you a series of articles on what you can do to help identify local animals and what you can do to help them survive.
Bethlea Bell is the coordinator for the Queensland Frog Society and shares some information on the native frogs that live in our area.
The New Holland Frog, also known as Eastern Snapping Frog, (Cyclorana novaehollandiae), can be found throughout most of Queensland and northern New South Wales. […]
Through funding from the Australian Government’s Reef Programme, Fitzroy Basin Association Inc. has coordinated the development of a Regional Water Quality Improvement Plan (WQIP:2015) to direct future investment to ensure healthy waterways, wetlands and a thriving Great Barrier Reef.
WQIP:2015 complements the Central Queensland Sustainability Strategy 2030 (CQSS:2030), a blueprint to plan for, better manage and protect our region’s natural assets. You can review WQIP:2015 and provide comments online until 31 March 2016.