Reviving an iconic creek in Irvinebank

Plans are afoot to revive McDonald Creek in Irvinebank. We recently completed an investigation study into rehabilitating the creek to its former glory.

Our Gulf turtles are in trouble

Feral pigs are a threat to freshwater turtles in Gulf wetlands. We’re working with Traditional Owners to protect turtles from pig predation.

Gulf turtles need your help

Feral pigs are a menace across large parts of northern Australia. Our Turtles in Trouble project works to protect freshwater turtles from pig predation.

Gulf Kids Enviro Day

Thanks to everyone who came to our Gulf Kids Enviro Day at Dimbulah. It was lovely to see so many people at the Town Hall Park in Dimbulah joining our program of fun, family friendly, and environmentally minded activities.

Helping Gulf businesses be litter quitters

Gulf Savannah NRM has been helping local businesses adapt to the Queensland ban on single use plastics that came into force in September.

Food retailers and takeaway businesses can no longer supply single-use plastic straws, stirrers, plates, bowls, cutlery, or expanded polystyrene takeaway food containers and cups.

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