LBCCG Project Manager Report February – March 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

Richmond Birdwing Butterfly video

Many of you will have noticed that it has been an exceptional year for the local flora and fauna. The 2014 Spring was good with reasonably regular rainfall (never too much), a warm, humid Summer and now Autumn too is kind. This is despite the arrival of ex tropical cyclone Marcia, … Continue reading

New sign installed on banks of Obi Obi Creek – Tesch Park, Maleny

Recently LBCCG installed a new information sign in Tesch Park, Maleny – next to the library. This sign replaces the original sign erected in 2007. The old sign had become a bit worn and in these times of rapid change, some of the information was out of date. Using the … Continue reading

LBCCG Project Manager Report December 2014 – February 2015

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

Walkers Creek Rehabilitation and Enhancement underway

Walkers Creek Rehabilitation and Enhancement is being implemented over two adjoining properties, staged over three years and is effectively a continuation of recent projects on neighbouring properties both upstream and downstream. The project will exclude livestock from 385 metres of Walkers Creek, control invasive environmental weeds and replace with appropriate native … Continue reading

The Sunshine Coast Rivers Initiative

The Sunshine Coast Rivers Initiative is a program of management actions and incentives that protect and improve the region's six river catchments. For more information, click on title above.

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.