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Wanggoolba Creek Daga-minjugin Project Success

In October 2022, nine women spent two days clearing overgrown vegetation along heavily congested parts of Wanggoolba Creek next to the boardwalk at Central Station’s Day Use Area. Vegetation built-up in Wanggoolba Creek areas was to be reduced to restore hydrology/flow and improve the creek’s aesthetics. 


Successful Partnership Preserves Butchulla Scarred Tree

A quick response from BAC Directors, Butchulla members and Land and Sea rangers, QPWS rangers and the Coastal and Islands teams means a significant scarred tree near Central Station on K’gari will be preserved well into the future.


Beyond the Black Summer Bushfire

In April 2022, the BAC commenced an exciting new project to reinstate Butchulla cultural burns on K’gari. Partnering with the Everick Foundation and supported by a 2-year Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Grant from the Australian Government, the project takes a staged approach to building BAC and partner capacity to support cultural burns on K’gari.