The Cubberla-Witton Catchments Network (CWCN)  was established in 1999 as a volunteer organization focused on the re-establishment and maintenance of ecologically healthy catchments to deliver both environmental and community benefits. CWCN encourages community engagement and connection with the environment.

Since its formation,  CWCN as a social enterprise allocates all revenue received or generated to community-benefiting schemes. CWCN is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ABN 21 367 529 654).

The Network provides a wide range of regular programs and activities as well as innovative and influential conferences and special events that reach a wide audience and involve not only local residents but participants from Brisbane, South East Queensland and interstate.

CWCN is a past winner of the Healthy Waterways Award (Community Category) and the Minister for Environment’s Grand Prize.

CWCN’s Principal Roles and Objectives

Key activities/achievements include

CWCN has close relationships with a wide range of Local, State and Commonwealth agencies and community organisations. These include Brisbane City Council’s Community Conservation Partnership Program, Brisbane Catchments Network, Healthy Land and Water, Queensland Water and Landcare

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President's Report given at Annual General Meeting

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