Yeppen Lagoon Fish Hotels
The Yeppen Lagoon had limited submerged large woody debris, which is necessary to provide both an important food source as well as habitat for the lagoon’s native freshwater fish. With the help of Rockhampton Regional Council, providing access to the site and through funding from the Australian Government’s Reef Programme, FBA installed 10 new fish hotels as habitat for juvenille fish. The hotels consist of interconnected and stacked hardwood log towers in one of the Fitzroy Floodplains largest and deepest lagoons, the Yeppen Lagoon. This project was supported by Fitzroy Basin Association, through the Australian Government's Reef Programme.
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