Coochin Creek Bushland Group
Affiliated with SEQ Catchments and Glass House Mountains Advancement Network. We are one of Council's Community Conservation Partners, focusing on environmental enhancement of Upper Coochin Creek Environmental Reserve, Emma Park (Caralan Park 2), Beerwah High School bushland and associated council owned open space. Our work involves clearing weeds, removing rubbish, planting natives, monitoring fauna boxes, water-monitoring, planning nature trails and working towards a wildlife corridor along the Creek in the vicinity of Beerwah. Flora/fauna monitoring. Coochin Creek is the largest catchment in the vicinity of Beerwah, empties into Pumicestone Passage World Heritage Area and includes part of the Glass House Mountains National Estate. Meetings are on the 3rd Fri of each month 8.30 - 11.30am and at other times as required. Morning tea and tools provided. We have fun working together Staff / Regular Volunteers:Currently 1-20 members / staff. We reach:Currently 51-1000 people Volunteer with us: Anyone over 12 years of age can attend, even if it is a once-off, though we prefer regulars. Fees / Subscriptions: Sometimes We specifically work with: Anyone Anyone who enjoys working outdoors with a group of environmentally aware people.
  • Group / organisation name:
    Coochin Creek Bushland Group
  • Contact person:
    Roger Callen
  • Telephone:
    075494 6278
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