Lake Macdonald Catch and Release Bass Fishing Competition – Sunday 25th June 2017
Anglers young and old are invited to enter the Lake Macdonald Catch and Release Bass Fishing Competition on Sunday 25th June 2017. The competition is hosted by the Lake Macdonald Freshwater Fishing Association with a fantastic pool of … Continue reading
Click on the following link to download Valley Bees action packed 2017 Calendar of meetings, workshops and activities.
VALLEY BEES CALENDAR 2017
For more information, and to download Valley Bees Fact Sheets, visit www.mrccc.org.au/valleybees
Find a Frog in February – Citizen Science in the Mary River Catchment
The Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee (MRCCC) is undertaking an ambitious citizen science … Continue reading
The MRCCC’s calendar of meetings and activities is now available to download. Watch this space for more info about Find a Frog in February and please contact the MRCCC to register your interest.
Most General Meetings are held in Gympie starting around 9.15 am. Members of the public are … Continue reading
The 2016 MRCCC Annual Report is now available to download.
The report chronicles the activities of the MRCCC and of a range of affiliated community organisations in the Mary River Catchment over the past year.
Click on the link to download a low resolution copy or call in to … Continue reading
Mary River Month continues with a swag of activities right around the catchment as follows:
Saturday 29th October 2016 11 am to 4 pm – Waterwatch Volunteers BBQ and Mary River Trivia
The MRCCC is hosting this event at our Resource Centre, 25 Stewart Terrace, Gympie to celebrate the … Continue reading
Mary River Month 2016
From Sunday 25th September to Saturday 12th November 2016 Mary River Month includes a wide range of activities, field days, forums, walks and talks throughout the Mary River Catchment, culminating with the Mary River Festival in Kandanga. Download the full Mary River Month calendar … Continue reading
Gympie’s Koala Action Group is spreading the word to try and help our precious local koala populations. A new brochure has been produced and widely circulated throughout our region, to help residents learn about koalas and the actions that can be undertaken to protect koalas and their habitat.
The … Continue reading
The MRCCC has taken over management of the Gerry Cook Hatchery in Collwood Road where the breeding program for the endangered Mary River Cod is now underway for the 2016 season. A steering group comprising representatives of Noosa Council, Seqwater, Fisheries, the MRCCC and recreational fish stocking groups has been formed … Continue reading