Come along to an Open Day, Friday November 27, 2-3pm at TS2 – on showcase will be our local native wetland plants, afternoon tea is supplied, and you’ll hear more about the “Revive Our Creeks” project.
Cooloola Cove creeks need your help to combat invasive environmental weeds and grasses, and replace them with natives (pictured). Come along for some light exercise in the sunshine while helping our wetlands. Free morning tea supplied, each Friday 8-10am:
November 6 TS1 S’East Marco Polo along Investigator Av
November 13 TS2 b’twn G’Hind & M’PoloInvestigator Av
November 20 TS3 Billabong Park near Woolies
Visitors are welcome to join in to Seagrass Monitoring November 23 – 26 at various locations including Browns Gutter, Reef Islands, Poona and more! A special thank you to Tin Can Bay Fishing Club who assist us with marine transport.
Cooloola Coast Waterwatch needs you! Local schools are encouraged to contact us to join the local waterwatch program. Classroom kits are available for use for Term 4.