Beyond Bolac's Work

What We Are Doing

Enhance Biodiversity

To protect riparian vegetation and enhance biodiversity throughout the catchment

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Wetland Restoration

To promote restoration of wetlands across the catchment

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Sustainable Land Use

To encourage and support sustainable land use and productivity throughout the catchment

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Protect and Enhance Waterways

To protect & enhance waterway condition within the catchment

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About Beyond Bolac

Implementing projects
to improve

Beyond Bolac is a community group which was established in 2007 to undertake restoration of the Lake Bolac Catchment, including the Fiery Creek which flows into Lake Bolac and Salt Creek which flows from Lake Bolac to Hexham.

Beyond Bolac aims to work with community groups, farmers, industry and government agencies to undertake restoration activities, which include fencing, revegetation, and pest plant and animal control.

Our vision is for a biodiverse, productive, resilient and safe catchment supporting vibrant communities and land managers.

The aim of the group is to engage, enable and assist land managers to implement projects to improve biodiversity in a productive and healthy landscape

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Our Projects

Habitat Restoration Project Audit
BBCAG successfully applied for $10,000 from The Wettenhall Trust to undertake a Habitat Restoration Project Audit within the Fiery Creek and Salt Creek Catchment area throughout 2019/2020.
Fencing and Revegetation
BBCAG coordinates projects including fencing and revegetation within the sub-catchment area.
Learning about our Catchments
BBCAG undertake projects to learn more about our catchments, including biodiversity mapping and land and water surveys.


Recent News

1 May 2020

When will the Fiery Creek start running?

The soils in our catchment are still a long way off being waterlogged, even though we have ...

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29 April 2020

Healthy lake science forum postponed

Our advertised science forum on Lake Bolac has had to be postponed until a later date. In ...

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