Greg and Jenny Brice's Lonehand property was the 1,000th to join council's land for wildlife program.
Introducing nominee, Leigh Warneminde. A passionate campaigner for the environment.
Introducing winner, Linese Norrish.
Introducing winner, Rhondda Alexander.
Bridge Creek Bushcare Group have been removing weeds and replacing them with native vegetation on council managed land since 2014.
Introducing winners, Glenn and Judy Burns.
Introducing winner, Joesph Fry.
Read about the recent catchment management bus trip which explored the activity sites of Coolum and North Shore Coast Care.
Dot Crane is a local legend of marine turtle conservation work on the Sunshine Coast.
Volunteers planted 760 plants at Whitecross environmental reserve, Bli Bli.
Volunteers Jim McWilliam and Tom Crerar plant endangered swamp-orchids.
The cubs and scouts were busy planting natives, removing weeds and debris from Buddina.
Learn more about John and Joan Dillon's journey with their property in land for wildlife.
Ian Webster and Dianne Lanskey have transformed 32 acres of mostly weeds into a native rainforest.
Mt Ninderry is culturally and historically significant within the Kabi Kabi first nations lands. It has 8 different types of vegetation communities and is an important refuge for many endemic species.
National tree day was celebrated with 6 tree planting events across the Sunshine Coast.
Russell family park has an area of 7.3 ha. It contains a spring that lies at the headwaters of Skene Creek, which joins Obi Obi Creek and which flows into the Mary River.
These warriors started with the eastern bank and a blocked drain, and transformed Stumers watercourse into botanical gardens.
Read about Abby's work experience journey