Meet our sponsors

Without help in terms of time, money, materials and sometimes just good advice, Goulburn Wetlands would still be a vacant weedy paddock. We may not yet have come a terribly long way from that (yes, it is definitely a work in progress) but the distance we’ve traveled reflects the help of so many in the community.

Below then is a list of our sponsors to date. The words in red indicate an active site. Click on them and you will be taken to their web page.

 

  • $70,000 has been sourced by The Goulburn Group from the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program for Stage 1 (complete May 2012).
  • In 2012 Goulburn Mulwaree Council supplemented this grant with an additional $25,000 and, in 2013, an extra $50,000
  • The Hawkesbury Nepean Catchment Management Authority contributed $20,000 in 2012 and an additional $19,000 in 2013
  • Divalls Earthmoving & Bulk Haulage provided over $10,000 worth of materials and labour in 2012 and 2013
  • The Hon. Pru Goward, NSW Member for Goulburn, provided $11,500 for the purchase of the first bird hide
  • Wolfcon Pty Ltd has donated over $10,000 worth of mowing, slashing and weed eradication in 2012 and 2013
  • We have also received several anonymous donations of approximately $1,000
  • Middle Arm Tarlo Bushfire Brigade has donated time and labour to help eradicate noxious weeds in 2012
  • Southern Tablelands Group of Australian Plant Society has contributed over $7,000 through sourcing, propagation, cultivation and provision of local native plants
  • Goulburn Garden Club Inc. gave us a cheque for $250 in May 2013.
  • The NSW Environment Trust has provided a grant of $99116 for Stage 2 of our restoration and reconstruction in August 2013.
  • The Veolia Mulwaree Trust has provided a grant of $39,224 for tracks, drainage and bird hides in September 2013.
  • Other in-kind contributors include Goulburn Mulwaree Council as well as The Goulburn Group, Goulburn Field Naturalists Society, TAFE, Goulburn High School, Mulwaree High School and other community groups.
Divalls' bulldozers helping construct the dam wall. This helps retain water levels for longer periods, while ensuring the water doesn't get too deep.

Divalls’ bulldozers helping construct the dam wall. This helps retain water levels for longer periods, while ensuring the water doesn’t get too deep.

 

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