Bribie Island Environmental Protection Association
The chief objectives of BIEPA are: 1. The promotion of the concept of Bribie Island as a fauna and flora sanctuary. 2. To ensure that development of Bribie Island and the Pumicestone Passage Catchment takes place in a thoughtful manner. 3. To educate public opinion in the protection/regeneration of the environment. 4. To co-operate with the Regional Council, Goverment Departments and other concerned groups or individuals, in matters beneficial to the environment e.g. the need for National Parks and Environmental Parks on Bribie Island. 5. To assist in the enforcement of protective regulations concerning the environment. 6. To subscribe to or liaise with other groups having as their aim the protection of the environment either locally, interstate, nationally or world wide. Staff / Regular Volunteers: Currently 1-20 members / staff. We reach: Currently over 1000 people Volunteer with us: Market Stall, Letterbox Drops, Vegetation Planting. Fees / Subscriptions: Yes - Annual membership: Junior M/ship (12-16 yrs) $2 Single M/ship $15 Family M/ship $20 We specifically work with Anyone, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders, Adults, Children, Families, Men, Multicultural People, Older People, People with a Disability, Women, Youth BIEPA would love to hear from anyone in the community who shares a love of the environment.
  • Group / organisation name:
    Bribie Island Environmental Protection Association
  • Contact person:
    Richard Proudfoot
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