There are an increasing number of groups and individuals who are taking on-ground action to repair and restore the Gold Coast’s catchments; from our world heritage mountains to our beaches.
The Gold Coast Catchment Association is the umbrella organisation for community groups and individuals who are involved in active ecological restoration and catchment management work on the Gold Coast and its catchments.
We seek to support and help network these groups so that collectively we can become stronger and more effective.
Our ultimate aim is to make a real difference on a regional scale, and to restore our catchments to places of beauty, clean water and native habitat that will support our communities and our wildlife for the centuries to come.
GREEN DAY OUT
The Association is again a major sponsor of the Green Day Out which is being held on Sunday 12th June @ Kurrawa Park, Old Burleigh Road, Broadbeach.
Please represent your group at our stand for an hour or two on the day to help us get the message out that there are groups like yours volunteering for the Environment. Please call 0408264571 to organize a time to come to the stand.
Find out more
Our interactive map shows the location of volunteer restoration groups and gives information about their history, projects, contact details and photographs.
See all of the groups working in Gold Coast catchments
Use our scorecard to develop a realistic measure of the state of the environmental health of your catchment. It allows you to score a broad change of factors such as erosion, weeds, litter and water clarity to provide a truly holistic rating.
Register your scorecard on our interactive catchments map
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