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Clyde Creek Root ball structures to rehabilitate streambank erosion

150 tonnes of hardwood set to stop river erosion in Gladstone

Scientists have engineered 150 tonnes of salvaged hardwood into ‘log jam’ structures…

Collinsdale creek erosion.

Erosion remediation at Collinsdale

Catchment Solutions is leading the remediation of large-scale erosion at the Collinsdale…

The Styx River.

Monitoring at the Styx

The Catchment Solutions’ team recently visited Ogmore on the Styx River (North of Rockhampton) to set up the Baseline Monitoring Equipment for the Reef Trust 4 Gully and Streambank Erosion Control Project (funded through the Australian Government).

Habitat Importance of Urbanised Estuaries in Central Queensland

Globally, estuarine habitats rank in the most modified of all marine ecosystems,…

Peacock bass found at Gooseponds wetlands

Peacock bass are a large, predatory freshwater fish species native to South…

Clyde Creek Marine Fish Habitat Rehabilitation Project

Background and Objectives In July 2018, Catchment Solutions conducted a marine fish…

Remediation of Leitchs Crossing complete

The remediation of Leitchs Crossing with a nature-like rock-ramp fishway was undertaken…

Project Catalyst Growers Visit HQ

Project Catalyst Growers Visit to Coca-Cola HQ in Sydney

Since 2009, Project Catalyst and its ground-breaking farm practices have improved 150…

Jungel perch in natural habitat.

Jungle perch stretch their fins in Brendale

Catchment Solutions and Moreton Bay Regional Council have completed a nature like…

Berrys Weir rock ramp fishway on the Bremer River

Background: Construction of Berrys Weir partial width rock ramp fishway on the…

Gooseponds rockramp fishway

A fishway in photos: Mackay Gooseponds Fishway Repair

Fishways are essential in improving connectivity and building a more sustainable and…

From little fish big fish grow…

It sounds obvious, but it’s a feat of nature few of us…

This train is a treat

Wetland ‘treatment train’ improves water quality and runoff from agricultural land Catchment…

Queensland’s longest fish ladder at Ipswich

August 3 saw the construction of Queensland’s longest ‘fish ladder’ in Ipswich….