Useful Links

Websites of related organisations

Catchment / Environment / Wildlife Groups

 

Brisbane City Council

Habitat Brisbane
The Habitat Brisbane program helps community groups restore natural habitats in parks, remnant bushland, wetlands and along waterways.

Environment Centres
Brisbane’s two environment centres at Boondall Wetlands and Downfall Creek encourage guided walks and activities in the environment with various free and low cost activities.

Wildlife Conservation Partnership Program
The Wildlife Conservation Partnership Program helps and advises private property owners on revegetation, local flora and fauna species and how to conserve and restore wildlife habitat on their land.

Creek Catchments Program
The Creek Catchment program helps the community protect and restore Brisbane's waterways and bays in partnership with the 10 catchment groups city wide.

Waterways Activation Map

Scroll down the page "Brisbane's Creeks and Rivers" to find out which catchment you are in, on an interactive map

Know your Creek and Catchment

Information about your local creek.

 

Qld Government

Department of Environment and Heritage Qld Wetlands Info

Department of Environment and Heritage Managing Water Quality

Department of Agriculture and Fisheries List of Restricted Invasive Plants (formerly "Declared Weeds")

Department of Environment and Heritage Regional Ecosystem Frameworks (Find out about the framework or Request a map)

 

Resources for bush regeneration/ecological restoration

SEQ Catchments Ecological Restoration Framework  Excellent publication; the Manual in particular explains lots of useful techniques.

BCC Weed Identification Tool

List of Botanical Databases from the Australian National Botanic Gardens

Creeks and Catchments 24 informative posters about waterways and erosion control by engineer Grant Witheridge

Bushcarers SEQ Community Facebook Group for everyone involved in bushcare - ask to join!

 

Map of our area

What's happening where

Join N4C as a member

Join us and really make a difference

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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Report environmental damage

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

Volunteers needed

Assistant bookkeeper

Help with preparing monthly reports

Bushcare volunteers

Greenslopes DCP bushcare group needs more volunteers

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