The latest issue of the CodLine newsletter is now available to download featuring all the latest news of the MRCCC and the Mary River Catchment!
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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
The Noosa Festival of Water, hosted by the MRCCC, took place on Sunday 26th June at the Noosa Botanic Gardens on the shores of Lake Macdonald in Cooroy.
Fine winter weather and the beautiful garden and lake setting provided a wonderful backdrop for the day’s events, which kicked off with … Continue reading
The Lake Macdonald catch and release bass fishing competition will be held on Sunday 26th June 2016 from 6.30 am until midday, at Mary River Cod Park, Collwood Rd, Cooroy. The competition coincides with the Noosa Festival of Water, which takes place on the same day at the Noosa Botanic Gardens … Continue reading
The Gympie Region Koala Action Group was established to encourage the conservation and protection of Koalas and their habitat in the Gympie region.
The Koala Action Group seeks to ensure the conservation of the vulnerable koala and koala habitat through activities/actions and education that enhances their protection and sustainability and that … Continue reading
Saturday’s Mary River Festival was intended as the place for the winners of the MRCCC’s inaugural Spring in the Mary photo competition to be announced. The weather, unfortunately, had other ideas and everyone was sent packing by about 4 pm, when the rain and wind took over. The Festival did … Continue reading
Mary River Festival 2015
The festival continues to capture the enormous sense relief of six years back when then-federal Environment Minister Peter Garrett vetoed the ill-conceived Traveston Crossing Dam.
Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee Chairman Ian Mackay, acting as one of the MCs for the day, told patrons the festival … Continue reading
The MRCCC’s Annual General Meeting held on Tuesday 20th October was attended by over 50 people travelling from as far afield as the Gold Coast and Bundaberg. MRCCC Delegates and guests heard reports from the MRCCC staff about the range of projects underway throughout the Mary River Catchment.
The meeting was … Continue reading