Project delivery: Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority
- Environmental: Native vegetation, fish and fauna.
- Social: Recreational, Community connection, cultural and heritage
- Long-term monitoring site
The Strathbogie Ranges in the Goulburn Broken area offers breathtaking views and clean water from mountain streams. These streams are an important water source for neighbouring towns and provide critical habitat for a range of native plants, fish and fauna.
Both waterways contain populations of the nationally threatened Macquarie perch and the rare Southern pygmy perch. Seven Creeks also contain the endangered Trout Cod.
Goulburn Broken CMA is leading the project in partnership with Traditional Owners and the local community.
The project’s main objectives are to improve instream habitat and streamside vegetation, increase community awareness of Macquarie perch and efforts to improve waterway health and provide opportunities for Traditional Owners to work on Country.
Page last updated: 09/09/23