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Street tree planting
The planting of street trees is considered in all transport related projects such as road rehabilitation, reseal, corridor and intersection improvement works. Council plants and maintains street trees to ensure residents and business owner/operators receive all the benefits trees bring to our region. Street trees help to:
Problem trees & removals
Complaints regarding trees, clearing of trees and vegetation, tree roots.
Habitat trees brochure
View the Habitat trees brochure online below, including information about how habitat trees help our native animals.
National Tree Day
National Tree Day- Australia’s largest community tree-planting event - is a special day for the community to come together and enhance our local environment by planting native trees and shrubs.
Download - Habitat trees brochure
Information about habitat trees. Without habitat trees, many of our most precious native animals could not survive.
Habitat trees, hollows & nest boxes
Hollows developed in old trees have the potential to provide important habitat for many native animals.
Dwarf gum tree plantings to help safeguard koalas
Mayor Allan Sutherland and Councillor Denise Sims today helped to launch a project to plant hundreds of new dwarf gum trees across the Moreton Bay Region in a bid to help safeguard the region’s koala population long into the future.
Griffin Reserve Tree Planting
Come and join in the native planting at the Griffin
Connect to your Creek Week - Rainforest Tree Planting
This adventure gives you and your family the chance to
re-establish local rainforest plants along the banks of the South
Pine River creating habitat f
Urban Koala Project
The Urban Koala Tree Project commenced in 2006 as a collaborative research project between Council and the University of the Sunshine Coast to deliver small growing gum trees suitable for use in urban areas.
Discover Ancestry.com Library Edition
Learn how to use Ancestry Library Edition to research your family tree.
Footpaths are in place to promote pedestrian movement in a safe manner along roadsides and residents must not obstruct in a manner that creates a nuisance or safety issues.
Woody Point Park
This is a large grassed park with shady trees and no onsite facilities.
The Glossy Black-Cockatoo, (Calyptorhynchus lathami) is recognised as a threatened species under State legislation, and is the rarest of Australia’s cockatoos.
Tingira Park - Scarborough
With views to Moreton Island this park is very secluded with large shady trees. There are no facilities available at this park.
MBRC Planning Scheme - Native vegetation clearing and exemptions
Native vegetation refers to a native tree or plant naturally occurring in the region (which for the Moreton Bay Region is considered as South East Queensland). It should be noted that native grasses are generally not protected.
Up the Creek' Art Exhibition
Art Exhibition featuring Carte Blanche's work around Cabbage Tree Creek.
Dr Red - Cellar Door
Overlooking Samford Valley this property is planted with 1,500 grape vines, coffee and olive trees which are all used as active ingredients in the various smooth red wines produced. Sales and tastings of Dr Red Punch range, Spearole Tea and Dr Red wines.
Boombana means “trees in bloom”, which fits this area perfectly.
Camp Mountain Lookout
On a clear day enjoy the amazing views of Moreton Bay and the Glass House Mountains from the lower north-facing lookout. Walk along the ridgeline to another lookout offering surprisingly close views of bustling Brisbane City. Picnic shelters and wood barbecues are nestled among tall eucalypt trees.