The Geographe Catchment Council – GeoCatch – was established in July 1997 as a result of growing concern about the health of the Geographe Catchment. To see more of what is happening locally by GeoCatch check out their website.
The City of Busselton currently have two Environmental Planners and a number of key environmental planning documents including their 2011 Biodiversity Incentive Strategy for private landholders. The City manages a number of important and diverse local reserves including Ambergate Reserve. Reserve management plans can be found on their website.
CoastSWaP was formed in 1990 to assist coastal managers, particularly local governments to share information and provide solutions on how best to deal with common coastal management problems throughout the South West. More can be found about the group on their website.