Enoggera Creek Reserve

Enoggera Creek Reserve

Group Coordinator: Dick Harding The restoration of this site was started in late 2001. The site was a dry Eucalypt hillside with a weed-dominated gully with some dry rainforest remnants. Both were smothered by Cat’s Claw, Ochna and other woody weeds. Over the...
Enoggera Creek Reserve

Ashgrove Avenue Bushcare Group

Group Convenors: Trevor Ozanne and Robert Ah Hoon Trevor and the Ashgrove Avenue Bushcare Group have been working on the section of Enoggera Creek between Quandong Park and the Ashgrove Avenue bridge for around 30 years. As a result, this section of the creek has some...
Enoggera Creek Reserve

Some photos from an earlier 2006 working bee

Tennis Avenue group has many keen members who have a lot of fun clearing weeds and planting, spreading mulch, and other useful tasks – all for the cause. Please feel free to join us. Tennis Avenue group has many keen members who have a lot of fun clearing weeds...
Enoggera Creek Reserve

Tennis Avenue

Group convenor: Kelvin Barfoot The group are working the area from the northern end of Tennis Ave back to the new river crossing at the southern end of Tennis Ave Park. They hope to make noticeable improvements to the park and creek in the coming years. The long-term...
Enoggera Creek Reserve

The Boeing Corbie team – Working Bee 26 January 2006

A site for a working bee The residents of Corbie Street have formed a group to look after the park. Jennifer Gastaldon is the Group Leader. Our thanks to the previous great work of Tony McAlister who has moved to Bardon. Where did i put my rake? Let’s get to...
Enoggera Creek Reserve

Corbie Street National Tree Day Working Bee

We’re a photogenic bunch Now, where is that needle? Corbie St Junior Park Volunteers We just love Corbie Park Working Bees Level 3 water restrictions are still in place !!! Buckets full of water crystals A helping hand from Sofitel...