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 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
Next up on Mary River Month – This Thursday and Friday MRCCC staff and volunteers are conducting a Water Quality Catchment Crawl from the top to the bottom of the Mary River, testing water quality and assessing river health along the way. Interested members of the public are welcome to … 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
Mary River Month begins this Sunday!!
Don’t miss an opportunity to celebrate our Mary River
Spring is a busy time in the natural environment – birds are nesting, plants are flowering. Here in the Mary River catchment, it’s also an important time for a lot of our well known … Continue reading
The MRCCC is collaborating with a wide range of groups and individuals to host Mary River month in the Mary River Catchment.
The month of watery activities starts with the Big Jump, where people are encouraged to jump into the Mary or their local creek at 3 pm on World Rivers … Continue reading
Packed full of fun art and music the Noosa Festival of Water splashes in for its 11th year at the Noosa Botanic Gardens and Lake Macdonald in the heart of the Noosa Hinterland on Sunday 28th June, from 10 am until 3 pm. This year’s Amphitheatre program includes the fabulous … Continue reading