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Loders Catchment Management Group

The Loders Creek Catchment Association (LCCA) was one of the first catchment groups to be established on the Gold Coast. Since their inception in 1994 they have:

  • developed a stormwater education booklet, brochure, and boardgame
  • constructed a Nature Trail from Baratta Street to Beale Street, Southport
  • undertaken fauna surveys of the catchment
  • trained volunteers to act as guides through a Nature Trail
  • hosted a Work for the Dole project to undertake restoration works along the creek
  • received funding to develop a Butterfly Garden in bushland at the end of Beale Street, Southport

The LCCA holds regular working bees and meetings. Everyone is welcome to come along and help protect and restore Loders Creek and its surrounding catchment.

For contact details for this association to find out more information and how you can become involved, visit theĀ Queensland Water andĀ Land Carers website.

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