This section contains the Bellarine Catchment Network Annual Reports.
2011 - 2012 Annual Report
This year has seen continuation of existing projects and establishment of new initiatives. The BCN was successful in receiving the Victorian Coastal Council, Community Action and Partnership Award. This was a significant achievement and the culmination of 5 years of consistent community involvement and action. The Network also held the ‘Biodiversity in Your Backyard’ Event at Drysda...
2012 - 2013 Annual Report
This year has seen some positives and some disappointments with funding outcomes. Important projects this year were the Narrows Dog Beach Project, The Dell Community Education and Restoration Project. Significantly the foundations were put in place for the transfer of title for the old CFA building on Swan Bay Rd. This has seen significant work put in place by many members of the Network. Without ...
2013 - 2014 Annual Report
This year has seen some positives with continued important projects and some new initiatives. The Network has however come under continued financial pressure with some reductions in funding and unsuccessful grant applications. This coupled with new costs for the Bellarine Environment Centre, equipment purchases to maintain and increase capacity for the Network has led to a loss for the year. Ho...
2014 - 2015 Annual Report
This year has seen some positives with continued important projects and some new initiatives. Financially the Network has returned to surplus, with investment through new programs. Most noticeably among these were the State Government Litter Hotspots and Caring For Our Bays Program. This is a 3 year program and has allowed the BCN to appoint a new position. We welcome Rebecca Petit to the role of ...
2017 - 2018 Annual Report
This year BCN continued to invest time and resources into other community groups and land manager partners. Our Caring For Our Bays program received new funding from the Port Phillip Bay Fund and continues to attract support from partner organisations and new businesses.