The Cubberla-Witton Catchments Network Inc (CWCN) is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ABN 21 367 529 654).
CWCN greatly appreciates the support we receive from community, sponsors and partners, without whom we would not be able to provide our valuable community and environmental programs.

We wish to acknowledge the following sponsors and supporters.

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The immense material support received through the provision and establishment of CWCN's Catchments Centre in Chapel Hill and the help of the Lord Mayor, Councillors and Council staff. Special thanks are going to Cr Julian Simmonds/then Chair of Finance, Economic Development and Administration Committee and Councillor of Walter Taylor Ward for his backing of the project throughout the development phase and to former Cr Margaret de Wit/then Chairman of Council and Councillor of Pullenvale Ward for supporting the project and rescuing us from a leaking roof.

Collaboration and implementation of erosion control measures at Cubberla Creek in SEQC/Australian Government funded project Brisbane Communities Working Together - What's your nature?

The ongoing support received through the Conservation Partnerships Program and especially the wonderful Officers of the Habitat Brisbane  and the Creek Catchment Officer Program for their immense support across our activities.

Sponsorship for a much needed trailer

Miscellaneous Projects now completed under the Community Conservation Assistance Program benefiting several sites across our catchments
Lord Mayor's Community Sustainability and Environment Grant for
Rehabilitation Projects at Greenhill Reservoir, Brushbox Court and Dillingen Street Park (all Chapel Hill) and  Banksia Park, Ironside Park and St Lucia Esplanade (all St Lucia)
Survey of Microbats across the Inner West catchments
Contribution to CWCN's administration expenses.

For ongoing support of our water quality monitoring activities through training and mentoring and the monthly calibration of our electronic monitoring device.

Queensland Government

Community Sustainability Action Grant supporting
rehabilitation work at Clarina Street Park and Greenhill Reservoir, both Chapel Hill and benefitting our wildlife movement corridor project " Witton for Wildlife", as well as habitat rehabilitation at Banksia Park St Lucia. 

Gambling Community Benefit Fund providing us with a new Horiba for our monthly water quality monitoring across our catchments, a new and desparately needed PA system and binoculars.



Caring for our Country grant with a focus on urban waterway restoration for Brisbane Communities Working Together inititiative What's your nature and facilitated by Healthy Land and Water in collaboration with Brisbane City Council, and Brisbane Catchments Network. In Brisbane's Inner West this project will benefit Cubberla Creek and the Brisbane River corridor through a project at Manaton Park, Fig Tree Pocket. 



We would like to thank Ms Jane Prentice MP for her ongoing support of our endeavours and the role she played in getting the plans for a CWCN Centre off the ground while still Councillor of the Walter Taylor Ward.

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For the immense support provided by covering our Public Liability, Personal Accident and Association Liability Insurance through Queensland Government Funds.

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For conducting a State Government funded rehabilitation project aimed at flood recovery at the banks of the Brisbane River in Fig Tree Pocket below the Equestrian Centre.

For support of on-ground rehabilitation efforts through funding of small equipment.

For funding of urban waterway restoration projects at Cubberla Creek and Little Gubberley Creek under the Australian Government funded Brisbane Communities Working Together initiative What's your nature and carried out in collaboration with Brisbane City Council, Brisbane Catchments Network, Kenmore South SS and others. In Brisbane's Inner West this project will benefit Cubberla Creek, Little Gubberley Creek  and the Brisbane River corridor through a project off St Lucia Esplanade and at Manaton Park.


For facilitating animal ethics permits for fauna surveys.

For incorporating a project at the Brisbane River, St Lucia into their allocation of the Brisbane Communities Working Together Initiative What’s your nature?

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For financial support in help of setting up CWCN's seed propagation facility and with that directly contributing to the success of rehabilitation efforts across our catchments and wildlife corridors in Brisbane's Inner West.


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For supporting our educational activities, especially our Program Watch out! Enviro Detectives about! This support enables us to introduce prep to early primary school age to environment and sustainability issues, secure the running of these activities, purchase materials, and to keep the participation fees down.


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For showing true community spirit and providing ongoing support through promoting CWCN activities including festivals and educatinal activities.  



For showing community spirit, social responsibility for adopting an area in the upper reaches of Cubberla Creek and contributing to its rehabilitation by hands on work during several working bees per year now over several years.


For being wonderful friends and supporters during multiple events from the Opening of our Catchment Centre to community planting events and Family Fun Days.


For showing community spirit facilitating fundraising venues for our organisation (Bunnings Oxley).

For showing community spirit through not only participating in community planting events but also generously donating materials for our ongoing rehabilitation work (Bunnings Indooroopilly).


For generous support of CWCN's Fungi Festival through sponsoring MasterChef contestant Ben Macdonald and multiple prizes at the event. 


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For generous support of CWCN's Fungi Festival. 


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Kenmore Village

For generous support of CWCN's Fungi Festival.


For funding of two interpretive signs depicting life cycles of frogs and dragonflies.

Conservation Volunteers

For provision of volunteer support on multiple rehabilitation sites.