Due to unforeseen staff shortages, Council's waste collection contractor, Cleanaway, is experiencing delays collecting kerbside recycling bins.If your recycle bin has been missed, please report your missed bin to Council.
Report my missed bin
Council's customer service centres will be closed Thursday, 22 September 2022, as the Prime Minister has declared a public holiday for a National Day of Mourning for Her Majesty The Queen. Due to the public holiday, fortnightly direct debit payments will be deducted from your bank account on Friday, 23 September.
Council records wildlife sightings to assist in conservation planning and management of species within the region. Knowledge about resident native wildlife helps to make better informed decisions about managing local environments.
Community groups and individuals who seek to conduct scientific research or wildlife surveys on Council land are encouraged to contact council.
Native species sightings
Native animal sightings are regularly reported to Council. If you see an animal or plant of interest, submit your sighting online to the Moreton Bay animal atlas or contact Council.
Examples of species which council is interested in hearing from residents about include:
Council is involved in a range of programs aimed at conserving some of the above species, view Council's research partnerships for further information. Data collected from residents may be used to update Council’s priority species frameworks and as part of Council’s environmental education programs.
To view and report biodiversity data from across Australia, visit the Atlas of Living Australia, or the Queensland Government’s Wildnet database.