Welcome to the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council

People (Baalap)

An Engaged and Active Community

Places (Boodja)

A Healthy Catchment that Supports Life and Livelihood

Knowledge (Kaadadjan)

Science and Knowledge Underpin Natural Resource Management

Latest News and Events

Christening the PHCC Spear Probe

Studies have shown that for the Lake Clifton thrombolites to thrive they require a flow of fresh, or at least no more than brackish, groundwater.  This groundwater enters the lake via springs though...

read more

Annual Tunbridge Gully Planting

The yearly planting of Tunbridge Gully was once again conducted in June 2020.  This project aims to improve the health of the vegetation with the removal of the invasive weed Juncus acutus (Spiny...

read more

We acknowledge the Noongar people as Traditional Custodians of this land and pay our respects to all Elders past and present