Night Eyes

Water and Landcare Inc.

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Why Night Eyes?

Night Eyes was originally formed over 17 years ago to keep a watchful eye over happenings in the Pumicestone Passage and surrounding areas. Most of the operation was done at night - hence the name. The operation has changed considerably with no night work (apart from emergency situations) and has grown from one or two people to an incorporated body with a membership approaching 100.

We have considered a name change many times but we have resolved to just explain there are a lot of 'eyes' watching over our local water and land. We now have a larger and more suitable boat with assistance from Queensland Community Benefit Fund allowing a larger payload and easier transport of personnel.

We are mostly mature-age volunteers.

"We keep a watchful eye over our wildlife, our water and land to assist our future."

Statistics for September 2017

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Boat Hours
Month this year 75.5 Last year 59.0
YTD this year 75.5 Last year 59.0
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Shore Hours
Month this year 708.0 Last year 6,313.0
YTD this year 708.0 Last year 6,313.0
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Rubbish Litres
Month this year 14,385 Last year 14,491
YTD this year 14,385 Last year 14,491

Recent Happenings

Facebook Happenings:

Just a friendly reminder that our latest escapades are detailed on our Facebook page. Check it all out here . . . FaceBook Logo

A President Reports:

Dorelle Pustolla, our past President, delivered the President's Report at our September 2017 Annual General Meeting. Read her report here . . .

. . . or download a PDF copy here . . .

Mobile: 0402 229 640 | Email: nighteyes1@bigpond.com | © Night Eyes Water & Landcare Inc. 2017