Catch Mudgee’s free community barbecue and learn about boost to native fish

For the first time, water releases in the Cudgegong River will target threatened native fish in a bid to support their breeding cycles.

A peaceful scene showing a small, still river with green, yellow and brown foliage at its banks, grey clouds above and a silhouetted mountain in the distance

Water is being released into the Cudgegong for 3 weeks in October with further small releases into February to help boost endangered freshwater catfish and river blackfish populations.

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