A combined Townsville Council, State Government, Commonwealth and
community based initiative to maintain and enhance our waterways in the
coastal dry tropics.

Increasing Community Engagement in Townsville Coastal Catchments for Biodiversity Project
Funded by the Australian Government's Caring for our Country program.

2011 Sub Projects

Activities and Events

Bluewater Creek | Bohle Northshore | Bohle Riparian | Bohle Wetland | Clemant Wetlands | Cocoa Creek | Community Nurseries | Creekwatch | Cungulla Foreshore | Cungulla Wetland | GBR Habitat | Geoffrey and Alma Bay | Horseshoe Bay Habitat | Horseshoe Bay School | M.I. Weed Awareness | Mundy Creek | Nelly Bay Catchment | Nelly Bay Turtle | Northern Beaches | Oak Valley Finch | Paluma Catchment | Petersen Creek | Rainforest Birds Book | Ross River | Rowes Bay Foreshore | Rowes Bay Wetlands | Saunders Beach | Toomulla Foreshore | Town Common Bike TrailTown Common Concept | Town Common Volunteers | Townsville Planning Scheme

Short Title: Cocoa Creek

Cocoa Creek Natural and Cultural Resource Management

Location: Cape Cleveland Cocoa Creek catchment

Organisation: Gudjuda Reference Group

Project Summary:

Cape Cleveland is a relatively unspoilt natural area and also contains some significant Aboriginal cultural heritage sites. The project will identify areas of interest from a literature review of past cultural studies with the view to developing a Natural and Cultural Resource Management Strategy for the Cocoa Creek catchment area.

Completed actions and events:

o    First stage - Investigation of previous cultural heritage studies of Cape Cleveland area
o    Literature review of cultural assessments - October 2011
o    Draft literature review – June 2012