The Oyster Harbour Catchment Group Inc. (OHCG) is the key community Natural Resource Management (NRM) group in the Oyster Harbour Catchment area. The group formed in 1992 and consists of concerned farmers, community members and NRM professionals.
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Community Agriculture Centre
Old Railway Station
Po Box 118
Mt Barker WA 6324
The Oyster Harbour Catchment is approximately 3,000 square kilometers and stretches from Albany in the south to Tenterden in the north. It contains some of the Great Southerns best natural assets such as the Porongurups, the Stirling Ranges, the Kalgan and King river systems and of course the Oyster Harbour. To learn more about the catchment, click HERE.
The group tackles a variety of projects from the fencing of waterways and remnant vegetation, establishing perennial pastures, bush rehabilitation, controlling invasive species and community capacity building. To learn more about what the OHCG are doing throughout the catchment and what they can do for you, click HERE.
The OHCG’s principle partner is South Coast NRM along with the West Australian and Australian Governments. We are also closely allied to active community groups within the catchment and other external NRM groups. To learn more about the OHCG’s partners and relevant links, click HERE.