LBCCG Project Manager Report June-July 2015

At the monthly LBCCG Management Committee meetings, Project Manager Mark Amos presents a Powerpoint presentation updating the Committee on project  progress, expenditure, issues and upcoming projects. Some of the information is confidential and is removed, however most of the information is as presented. To see a PDF (1.6 MB) of … Continue reading

Everyone’s Environment Grant underway

LBCCG successfully applied for Round 3 of the Queensland Department of Environment & Heritage Protection’s Everyone’s Environment Grants. The program allocated $5 million to eligible organisations to undertake a range of on-ground activities to help protect Queensland’s threatened species, clean up urban areas and conserve Queensland’s built heritage. LBCCG’s project, … Continue reading

LBCCG wins prestigious Healthy Waterways Award

The Lake Baroon Catchment Care Group has won the coveted 2015 Rural and Agriculture category at the recent 2015 Healthy Waterways Awards. The Award, presented by Queensland Rail, recognises the efforts of LBCCG in 2014 for building strong relationships with the catchment’s landholders and implementing projects with a total value exceeding $535,000. … Continue reading

LBCCG Project Manager Report May-June 2015

At the monthly LBCCG Management Committee meetings, Project Manager Mark Amos presents a Powerpoint presentation updating the Committee on project  progress, expenditure, issues and upcoming projects. Some of the information is confidential and is removed, however most of the information is as presented. To see a PDF (1.5 MB) of … Continue reading

LBCCG Project Manager Report April – May 2015

At the monthly LBCCG Management Committee meetings, Project Manager Mark Amos presents a Powerpoint presentation updating the Committee on project  progress, expenditure, issues and upcoming projects. Some of the information is confidential and is removed, however most of the information is as presented. To see a PDF (3 MB) of … Continue reading

Healthy Waterways Award

Lake Baroon Catchment Care Group recently won a prestigious Healthy Waterways award - the 2015 Rural and Agriculture Award presented by Queensland Rail. LBCCG won the award for building strong relationships with local landholders and implementing over $535,000 worth of projects in the catchment. The win is a credit to the LBCCG Management Committee who are committed to the improvement of both water quality and production outcomes in the catchment .

Recreation & Safety Information for Lake Baroon

For information regarding recreational activities and current status of Lake Baroon, please click on the title above.
In June 2013, Seqwater began their most extensive review of recreational activities and facilities at South East Queensland dams and catchments ever undertaken. Public consultation for the review of Lake Baroon closed in November 2013.
Click here for the Lake Baroon Recreation Guide.

LBCCG 2013-14 Annual Report

Our Annual Report is now available!

'LBCCG has once again punched above its weight in 2013-14 delivering a series of on-ground projects that address water quality issues within the Lake Baroon catchment. Total project value exceeded $400,000, comprising an investment of $120,000 from Seqwater, $109,000 from various grants and contributions by project participants of $193,000 (cash and in-kind). We acknowledge all our project partners, stakeholders and landholders for their support throughout the year and look forward to even greater outcomes in 2014-15.

March 2014 Bulletin

Our March 2014 Bulletin is now available!

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LBCCG is a small community group formed in 1992 that seeks to improve water quality throughout the Lake Baroon catchment by implementing on-ground works, education and awareness. The group originally worked with a small budget which has now grown to enable the employment of a dedicated full-time Project Manager.