A Management Plan was developed during consultation with Council for removal and replanting of Vegetation. This plan ensured that all efforts made by members were an ongoing contribution to a desired long term end result.
Continued work around the Lake area made progress towards completion of the Currimundi Master Plan which had been approved in 2006.
Cleanup Australia Day, National Tree Day and the Wildflower Festival were once again successfully embraced by FOCL members.
Currimundi Environment Day was held on 25th October and included a School Choir and Children’s Street Theatre as well as face painting, races and environmental educational stalls with displays from a number of Community Groups.
Welcome to Currimundi street signs were designed by Council with FOCL member input and installed on the corners of Currimundi Road and Watson St and also Currimundi Road and Hargreaves Street.
The Lake was closed for six weeks in a successful attempt to drown the Midge larvae before they could hatch.
A Website was developed by joint consultation with FOCL and CCCG members to cover the Currimundi Catchment Area so that wide access was available to the new generation.