Following the extensive flooding in 2011, significant bank erosion occurred to Myall Creek. As a result, the Western Downs Regional Council, Arrow Energy and Condamine Alliance commenced a series of activities to protect and restore the creek.
This video series follows the restoration process; commencing with the installation of LUNKERS (little underwater neighbourhood keepers), wooden fish habitat that will restore the creek bank, stop further bank erosion and increase habitat for native fish.
You could say that wildlife make up nature’s neighbourhoods, and in Australia we are lucky to have a diverse range of native flora and fauna species. Through technology, learning and discovering has never been easier.
Pest animal surveillance supports landholders to record the presence, absence and population levels of pests animals like wild dogs, pigs, rabbits and cats. Once they have evidence of the extent of the problem, they can determine the most effective course of action.