Interpretive panels installed

The final phase of the Estuarine project is now complete with four interpretive panels installed adjacent to Corindi River, Moonee Creek, Coffs Creek and Boambee Creek. These panels help inform the general public on the threats unique to each of these 4 estuaries so the visitors, residents, fishers and boating enthusiasts are able understand the issues involved at each location as well as see pictured some of the unique fauna they may encounter.

These panels have been warmly received by residents and visitors to these areas. It has been a huge effort on behalf of SURG and in particular Steve Dalton who initiated the project and Mel Buhler who managed the project with Steve. Of course there were many more hours spent by SURG members and the community in the initial research into the health of the estuaries, the rehabilitation and replanting along the estuary foreshores and the design and installation of the panels.