Glindemann Park

Glindemann Park

A section of open creek which is recognised as having some of the highest potential for exhibiting Natural Channel Design.

Glindemann Creek is a major tributary of Norman Creek; its headwaters are in the bushland on the slopes of Mt Gravatt. A large part of it is a concrete channel, which interferes significantly with normal creek ecology.

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Membership makes a difference for our lobbying efforts. Help by planting, pulling weeds or pushing a pen. It takes a range of individuals to get our creeks back into shape and educate future generations.

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Did you see something happen to our waterway?

If you see oily water, dead fish, dumping of rubbish, garden waste or tree removal on a creek bank, contact us or call Brisbane City Council 07 3403 8888

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