WaCC is a catchment group in Brisbane that drives the community’s involvement in appreciating, protecting and enhancing the environment within Wolston and Centenary catchments.
The group is open for membership to individuals, families, community groups , schools and corporations who subscribe to our objectives. All are welcome to our activities, events and meetings
Our Vision: Our Catchment… Our Community… Our Commitment
A catchment where our creeks are in harmony with the natural and built environments, providing a safe and nurturing home for wildlife and a natural asset for the enjoyment of the community.
Mission Statement and Objectives
To protect and enhance the natural environment and resources of the catchment of Wolston and Centenary Catchments, which consist of Wolston Creek and various sub-catchments in the Centenary suburbs, feeding directly into the Brisbane River by advocating, educating and participating in catchment management.
Educate the community of residents, businesses, public institutions (including schools) and governments in the sustainable land-use and conservation practices needed in the catchment, recognising the interactions between land, waterways, vegetation and wildlife.
Advocate sustainable land-use and conservation practices needed in the catchment, recognising the interactions between land, waterways, vegetation, wildlife and recognising the value of biodiversity.
Foster cooperation between all members of this community in achieving the mission of the association.
Provide a forum for the community to engage in discussion and resolution of catchment management issue in furtherance of the association’s mission.
Enter into partnerships with organisations to further the mission of the association.
Engage in activities that further the mission of the association.
Develop the capacity of the association to achieve its mission.
To apply for grants from council, regional state, commonwealth and other funding sources for WaCC projects.