Working together to make a difference today and develop a sustainable environment for tomorrow.
Here at the South West Catchments Council (SWCC), or "Swick" as we're otherwise known, our job, put simply is to work with the community in caring for our south west environment.
From Binningup in the north, to Walpole in the south and as far east as Dumbleyung and Katanning, we are the Regional Natural Resource Management (NRM) Organisation for the South West Region and as such we work in partnership with and support a huge range of local community groups with a similar mission as ours. As a regional body we also work on strategic and large-scale projects to restore our major landscapes and estuaries and we work with farmers to improve and productivity and profitability while also looking after our soils, rivers, bush and wetlands.
Our videos offer a snapshot of the work we do and the people we work with in the South West -- we hope to see you here someday soon.