Learn about the amazing animals, plants and habitats in our region from our Environmental centres - Kumbartcho Sanctuary, CREEC and Osprey House.
Community nurseries grow local native plants for community projects and for planting in reserves, parks, schools and public open spaces.
Council provides free environmental education for schools at our environment centres across the region.
The region has a large diversity of waterways ranging from upland streams to the estuaries connecting coastal rivers and streams.
All native animals are protected. Information on useful contacts to aid injured animals and provide wildlife first aid.
Moreton Bay Region is home to a rich diversity of animals. We are privileged to have a wide variety of natural habitat types.
Management during the summer storm season, breeding seasons, treatment, common mosquito areas.
A habitat is a place where living things live and how they survive in that area.
Find out about pest animals found in our region, what Council is doing about them and report wild dogs.
Controlled hazard reduction burns are planned during low risk periods to remove ground fuel in susceptible areas in readiness for bushfire season.
Native animal sightings are regularly reported to Council. If you see an animal or plant of interest contact Council.
Collaborative research on issues affecting the environment with educational institutions, community groups and government agencies.
Residents should take precautions to protect their property against possible infestation by termites or vermin.
Opportunity for landholders to assist in protecting significant nature conservation areas in perpetuity.
Moreton Bay Region contains a diverse range of natural habitats. These habitats are being threatened by invasive weeds.