Council's Customer Service Centres will be closed on Monday, 2 October for the King's Birthday public holiday and reopen on Tuesday, 3 October from 8:30 AM.
Council’s Green Infrastructure Network Delivery Program is proactive in the managing of road safety for motorists and wildlife by constructing and installing wildlife movement infrastructure to re-establish ecological linkages unavoidably severed by roads.
This infrastructure aims to:
Simultaneously strategic habitat restoration projects are being undertaken throughout the region. These projects ensure that valuable habitat is being restored and maintained to ensure fauna continues to co-exist in both urban and rural environments.
Examples road stencils used to help modify driver behaviour and protect our wildlife.
Wildlife underpass installed at Kremzow Rd, Warner. This underpass has been observed being used by wallabies, as well as koalas, goannas and brush turkeys
Council also facilitates Voluntary conservation programs including Land for Wildlife. These programs encourage the protection of native plants and animals on private land, to restore and improve wildlife habitat, including advice and grant opportunities.
Dogs should be kept on a lead and only permitted off lead in the designated areas. For more information refer to dog parks and beaches in Moreton Bay Region.