|Date||Sun 4 Jun 2017|
BCC Community Conservation Partnerships Program Annual Catchment Tour
Oxley Creek Catchment Tour
Sunday 4 June 2017
8am - 1.30pm
Book now! Seats limited and filling fast!
From its headwaters on the northern slopes of Mt Perry to the Brisbane River confluence in Tennyson, Oxley Creek Catchment drains approximately 26,000 hectares across 3 local government areas. The catchment transitions from a natural state in its southern section, through the middle catchment with its legacy of heavy industry, to the highly urbanised northern catchment area, making it one of the largest creek catchments to manage in South East Queensland.
You are invited to join Council's Community Conservation Partnership Programs annual tour
focusing on the middle and northern catchment areas of Oxley Creek showcasing the community conservation activities being undertaken by Council and its partners.
The tour will include transport by coach to all sites, morning tea and lunch, and a historic commentary by Beryl Roberts of the Oxley Creek Catchment Association.
RSVP through Donna Edwards on 3407 0865 for more information.