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Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Gold Coast and Hinterland Branch. The Gold Coast and Hinterland Branch protects wildlife and their habitats through campaigns such as:
Save Our Spit
Save Black Swan Lake
hinterland protection (including protecting Springbrook)
workshops such as nest building workshops
public awareness/education activities, such as our annual display on World Environment Day.

We always welcome new members and members to be on the committee.

Black Swan Lake has been saved! The remainder of the lake at Bundall on Queensland’s Gold Coast will become a permanent water body.

Meetings: Held at The Community House, Bishoff Park, Nerang St, Nerang. Dates are available through our Branch newsletter. Join now. For more information, contact The Secretary, Wildlife Queensland Gold Coast Branch at [email protected] (sourced from website 6/11/2021)


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