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Connect with your patch: Tech for understanding your home garden September 2, 2020 Want to know more about what goes on in your garden.

Be involved in a course of nature discovery and… Continue reading »

Watershed moment for Australia’s Environment August 26, 2020 The current EPBC Act is being proven a failure in protecting sensitive habitats, threatened species, .

Key natural assets – the… Continue reading »

Long term environmental project comes to an end July 16, 2020 In 2017, B4C received a grant from the Australian Federal Government, .

Department of Industry Innovation and Science for the ”Moreton… Continue reading »

B4C’s latest COVID-19 policy July 10, 2020 The following actions and responses are to be enacted by the Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee Inc., in response to… Continue reading ».
Wildlife movement solutions and the Eastern Transitway July 7, 2020 We are pleased to be consulting with Department of TMR regarding options for wildlife movement solutions in relation to the… Continue reading ».
Build it and they will come June 30, 2020 B4C has engaged BirdLife Southern Queensland to undertake baseline bird surveys on three of its iconic sites – Bulimba Creek… Continue reading ».
Rehabilitation of Tingalpa Wetlands Project June 18, 2020 B4C was joined by Belong trainees to mulch and plant a degraded riparian bank of the waterway, .

Enhancing the habitat… Continue reading »

Fauna Movement Solutions around Carindale June 16, 2020 Essential habitat in areas such as Belmont Hills, Mt Petrie and Whites Hill Reserve require suitable environmental corridors to link… Continue reading ».
B4C COVID-19 Policy June 12, 2020 The following actions and responses are to be enacted by the Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee Inc., in response to… Continue reading ».
Salvin Creek Corridor Success – wildlife moving safely May 20, 2020 Years of hard work, collaboration and community involvement has made these fauna movement solutions possible.
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B4C Policy – response to COVID-19 May 15, 2020 The following arrangements (from May 15th until review June 12th) are in line with government and Health Department information.
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Belmont Koala Forest and the Belmont Shooting Range May 2, 2020 MINISTER STANDS BY HIS COMMITMENTS “In regards to the wider environmental and biodiversity strategy, .

I acknowledge B4C’s concerns and reiterate… Continue reading »

Vegetation Projection Order April 23, 2020 A communication from Rob Jansen, Finger Gullies, Coorparoo.
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With the recent sale of a property in Octantis Street… Continue reading »

Citizen Science Month – video April 21, 2020 See if you can spot some familiar faces in this citizen science video.
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Removal of koala trees at Pacific Golf Club, Carindale March 23, 2020 The local community is concerned that many trees, including established koala food trees, .

Are to be removed from Pacific Golf… Continue reading »

UPDATED: B4C Policy Decisions regarding response to COVID-19 March 23, 2020 Updated Thursday 16th April 2020 The following actions and responses are to be enacted by the Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating… Continue reading ».
COVID-19 notice from B4C March 17, 2020 COVID-19: Notice to all visitors, staff, volunteers & members Our policy for B4C headquarters and B4C’s activities at other locations… Continue reading ».
Prescribed burns and wildfires February 10, 2020 We must look at the long-term but also take some immediate actions to reduce fire risks and help repair the… Continue reading ».
Trial of incubators for planting in isolated areas February 5, 2020 B4C Landcare Services is currently trialing 12 COCOON® plant incubators to allow plants to establish in isolated and/or inaccessible areas.
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Communities Environment Program January 30, 2020 Update from Wayne Cameron, B4C Catchment Manager.
There are many potential projects on our Brisbane waterways, .

And catchment groups are… Continue reading »

B4C and Powerlink work together to improve connectivity for local wildlife January 20, 2020 Restoring the environmental corridor in Minnippi Parklands is underway with the installation of 12 new nesting boxes to enhance habitat… Continue reading ».
Doboy Wetlands & Aquarium Passage Recovery Project December 13, 2019 The Doboy Wetlands & Aquarium Passage Recovery Project includes both weed control and rubbish removal to maximise the recovery of… Continue reading ».
The Vexing Issue of Peafowl in Mackenzie and elsewhere December 3, 2019 What can be done about peafowl in the face of a divided community.
In other locations, .

Limited success has been… Continue reading »

Saving the Mary November 12, 2019 B4C”s Catchment Manager Wayne Cameron went to the Mary River Festival on the weekend to celebrate the 10th anniversary of… Continue reading ».
Barriers & Bridges forum shows leadership in wildlife movement solutions September 23, 2019 Representatives from councils, Transport and Main Roads, Transurban, community groups, .

Universities and more attended the sold-out Barriers & Bridges fauna… Continue reading »

Help to put Australia’s waterways under the magnifying glass August 19, 2019 You”re invited to attend a waterbug workshop this weekend (Sat 24 & Sun 25 August).

Learn how to collect and… Continue reading »

Development application for adding retirement complex opens for public comments July 26, 2019 A development application (DA) has been lodged by developers that seeks to obtain a ‘Material Change of Use’ on lots… Continue reading ».
Tracking roadkill – in hands of residents thanks to app July 22, 2019 Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee (B4C) has launched a tool to allow the public to report wildlife road crossing hotspots.… Continue reading ».
High impact activity on conservation reserve July 19, 2019 A recently planted area at Mookinbah Conservation Reserve at Manly is being impacted by horse riding, .

An activity usually not… Continue reading »

New aged care proposed development – Pacific Golf Club, Carindale July 15, 2019 Reside Communities (Aged Care Developer) and the Pacific Golf Club are proposing a development on Sport and Recreation Area Designation… Continue reading ».
Doboy Wetlands & Aquarium Passage Recovery Project June 17, 2019 Work has begun on the Doboy Wetlands & Aquarium Passage Recovery Project.
The project includes both weed control and rubbish… Continue reading ».
Gregory River Landcare 2019 twinning program May 28, 2019 Since 2009 B4C has supported and partially sponsored a ”Twinning” program to work with Gregory River Landcare and travel to… Continue reading ».
Minister ensures a win for Brisbane koalas May 20, 2019 Thanks to people power and constructive discussions with Queensland Sports Minister Mick de Brenni there has been some great news… Continue reading ».
Catchment Manager’s Mid Year Summary May 16, 2019 By Wayne Cameron – B4C Catchment Manager May 2019 finds us in a strong position with our projects, after some… Continue reading ».
Gateway Upgrade North Project – transport, community and environment March 16, 2019 This week B4C joined Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and others at the official opening of the Gateway Upgrade North Project, a… Continue reading ».
Submission for Belmont Koala Forest February 28, 2019 NEWS: Petition launched.
In addition to the Government submission (details below), B4C has launched an online petition.
Please add your… Continue reading ».
Recent meeting highlights risk to koala forest February 12, 2019 We had a meeting about our concerns for the proposed removal of 5.4ha of protected koala habitat at the Belmont… Continue reading ».
State Government wants to clear 5.4 ha of bushland in Belmont Koala Forest February 6, 2019 The QLD Department of Housing & Public Works (DHPW) has proposed clearing 5.4 hectares of bushland in the Belmont Koala… Continue reading ».
QBH partnership launched at Gibson Island planting event February 3, 2019 We”re grateful to everyone who joined us on Friday 25th January for a planting at Gibson Island.
We had a… Continue reading ».
Healthy Land & Water report card summary December 18, 2018 Summary by Wayne Cameron, B4C Catchment Manager.
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Pratt Foundation gives generously to local environment December 3, 2018 We are thrilled to have received $20,000 from the Pratt Foundation to further the work at Gibson Island, Aquarium Passage… Continue reading ».
B4C extends wetland rehabilitation in lower Bulimba Creek November 7, 2018 B4C is expanding its wetland rehabilitation projects in the lower Bulimba Creek with a 15ha lease from the Main Roads… Continue reading ».
Protection secured for important part of biodiversity corridor September 17, 2018 B4C, with help from the Bulimba Creek Environment Fund, has made a social investment in securing an important part of… Continue reading ».
Environment Fund helping Karawatha Forest September 3, 2018 The Bulimba Creek Environment Fund has come to the aid of the Karawatha Forest Protection Society (KFPS).
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Gibson Island project – onwards and upwards July 31, 2018 Looking East at our establishing Gibson Island Rehabilitation project site as at July 30 2018.
Visy… Continue reading ».
Work at Carney’s Creek July 30, 2018 Our B4C Landcare Services supervisors had a working excursion to Carney”s Creek, near Boonah, recently.
Working with private landholders, they… Continue reading ».
Revegetation and landscape project at Logan Hospital July 17, 2018 B4C Landcare Services, commissioned by Moggill Constructions, has undertaken landscaping of a newly constructed carpark and the revegetation of remaining… Continue reading ».
Tackle bins for wildlife July 17, 2018 Birds (and other widlife) are getting tangled in fishing gear and suffering injuries and amputation of feet before dying slowly… Continue reading ».
An update on wildlife corridor project July 10, 2018 An update on rehabilitation work on three Council-owned parks that join to form an important wildlife corridor.
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Trip to nature refuge at Mt Barney July 9, 2018 On a chilly June weekend, six Bulimba Creek Catchment members visited the B4C 129 ha property at Mt Barney.
They… Continue reading ».
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