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  Invitation to Local Artists to Design a Wetland Themed Arts Event Peel-Harvey Catchment Council has recently launched their new project “Supporting people for wetland wise use in the Peel-Harvey.” Wise use is the conservation and sustainable use of wetlands and...
2014 Great Cocky Count

2014 Great Cocky Count

2014 Great Cocky Count. Every April, the Great Cocky Count (GCC) counts as many Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoos as possible across WA on a single night. This year, the GCC is on Sunday 6 April 2014. More…
After the Fires Workshop – Video Release

After the Fires Workshop – Video Release

We are very pleased to have been able to provide some support to our local community following the recent Waroona fires by co-hosting a 2 day “After the Fire Property Recovery Workshop”. Presenters Darren Doherty and Jeff Pow did an excellent job and we thank them for...
All Things Hotham-Williams Rivers

All Things Hotham-Williams Rivers

Dedicated river health studies and river action plans have now been completed for the Hotham and Williams Rivers in our upper catchment. PHCC is moving forward to seek funding and plan for on-ground actions. Now that the Hotham-Williams River Action Plan (RAP)...
Banksia Woodlands

Banksia Woodlands

Banksia woodlands are a beautiful feature of the Perth and Peel regions extending north and south across the Swan Coastal Plain from Jurien Bay to Dunsborough. Banksias, the feature plant of this community, are in an ancient family of...

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