The 6th Creek Catchment Group

The 6th Creek Catchment Group consists of local Landcare Groups, landholders, community organisations and representatives from Government agencies with an interest in land management and protection of our local environment. We gratefully acknowledge the support from the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board, National Parks and Wildlife SA and Adelaide Hills Council.

Since 1998 we have been fortunate to receive Natural Heritage Trust & National Action Plan (2002) funds and Community Action Grants as well as philanthropic donations to ensure strategic and coordinated action could be initiated to manage the catchment and valuable natural resources of  Sixth Creek’s riparian zones.

These funds have been used for extensive rehabilitation, weed control and revegetation to conserve the remaining biodiversity of the Sixth Creek.  Working with more local communities and landholders, we have shown that the challenges, great though they are, can be met.

How we can help

  • We now have some equipment you can borrow or hire including a spray unit,  weed pullers and fox-traps. There is even a wildlife infrared camera for hire to see what is eating your plants!
  • Put you in contact with agency staff environmental specialists to support on ground works on your property
  • Send on information about training courses and workshops which are sent to us a central community group. This requires you to email us at and ask to have your name added to our distribution list.

Management Committee

Chair : Susan Campbell

Deputy Chair person : Mariana Ranftl

Treasurer : Bill Spragg

Secretary : Erica Womersley

Members :  Paris Huffman, Lilian Henschke, Emily Winter, Rainbo Belton