Stewards of the natural world of the Cooloola Coast

The Cooloola Coast is a region with stunning natural beauty and high environmental values. It is recognised as a natural environment of international significance: UNESCO World Heritage Tentative ListRamsar Wetland of International SignificanceUNESCO Great Sandy Biosphere ReserveGreat Sandy Marine ParkGreat Sandy National Park: Cooloola SectionWolf Rock Marine Protection area

What's happening?

Clean Up Australia

Clean Up Australia Day

Beach Clean Up

Sunday 1 March 2020

Register now to help on the day!

General Meeting

Next General Meeting

& Christmas Celebration

2pm 7 December 2019

Bring a plate to share.

Venue: Tin Can Bay Library Meeting Room

Cooloola BioBlitz

BioBlitz 2020

Tickets on sale now

20, 21 & 22 March 2020

Limited places in the NEW Art Workshop. Get in quickly.

Supported by a Queensland Government Citizen Science Grant

TurtleCare

UPDATE (Dec 5): Last week 6 turtles nested on Rainbow Beach !!!

Monitoring turtles as they lay and hatch and turtle rescues.

Contact Joan: 0407 810 510

or Randy 0434 281 352

Active Research, Citizen Science, Education, Advocacy, Science Communication and Work Projects

WaterWatch

Citizen Science

WaterWatch

Volunteers monitoring water quality at 20 sites in the catchment.

Tin Can Inlet Rehab

Local Action for Biodiversity

Tin Can Inlet Rehabilitation

Community planning for a healthy, thriving future for Tin Can Inlet.

ArtBlitz

Science Communication

through the Arts

Concept development to share BioBlitz biodiversity data through public art.

What's on and Where are projects happening?

What's on?

Click the Events tab above for calendar of dates & sites.

Acknowledgement of Traditional Owners

In keeping with the spirit of reconciliation, Cooloola Coastcare acknowledges the Gubbi Gubbi and Butchulla peoples who are the traditional custodians of the land and sea where Cooloola Coastcare operates, and recognise that these have always been places of environmental stewardship. We wish to pay respect to their Elders - past, present and emerging - and acknowledge the important role Aboriginal people continue to play within the Cooloola community.

Partners, Collaborators & Sponsors

Environment Levy