With the easing of the South East Queensland lockdown, Council venues have reopened subject to State Government COVID restrictions.
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The Moreton Bay Region has an expansive coastline to enjoy, and more importantly, to manage.
Acid sulfate soils contain iron sulfides and can produce sulfuric acid when disturbed, making the soils very acid and toxic.
Our coastal landscape is the backdrop to life in Moreton Bay. It is rich in cultural heritage, provides recreation opportunities, attracts visitors and tourists, and is part of a unique natural environment.
Council has commenced a long-term project to restore Cabbage Tree Creek.
Iron bacteria are small living organisms which naturally occur in soil, shallow groundwater and surface waters.
Lyngbya majuscula (mermaid's hair, stinging limu or fireweed) is a naturally occurring, toxic marine blue-green algae.
The Pumicestone Passage catchment receives freshwater inflows from a network of streams.