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

Bindjareb Boodja Landscapes

We are pleased to present our second edition of “Bindjareb Boodja Landscapes: A Strategy for Natural Resource Management in the Peel-Harvey Region, Western Australia”.

This edition of Bindjareb Boodja Landscapes incorporates contemporary community aspirations, identifies how we can collectively respond to regional issues and how the PHCC will address Australia Government requirements to plan for and deliver on our 5 year Outcomes and Investment Priorities of our Regional Landcare Agreements (RLP) for our Peel-Harvey Region.

Latest News and Events

Ever wonder where feral cats sleep?

Through our Farmers for Fauna Project, we get calls and emails from farmers who have spotted native fauna including numbats, chuditch, bush-stone curlews and quenda. These native fauna populations...

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    WA Feral Cat Symposium

    WA Feral Cat Symposium

    We will hear from some of the nation’s leading researchers, conservation groups and government on the innovative future of feral cat control and local successes...

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