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Fodder plantations are trees and shrubs that are grown to feed sick and injured wildlife.
Only approved organisations and individuals can harvest from Council's fodder plantations. If you would like approval, contact Council.
Due to regular maintenance, fodder plantation plants can look different to plants seen in their natural habitat.
Council controls and maintains three fodder plantations around the region.
The CREEC fodder plantation is located at 150 Rowley Road, Burpengary. This plantation contains 12 species of eucalyptus.
The Madeline Drive fodder plantation is located at 495 Oakey Flat Road, Morayfield. This plantation contains 19 species of eucalyptus.
Council established the fodder plantation in Joyner at the start of 2023. This plantation is currently in its establishment phase. It is not able to be harvested yet. Council will tell approved wildlife groups and individuals when they can use the plantation.
The Joyner wildlife fodder plantation is located at 3-14 McIllwraith Road, Joyner.
Conditions of use