Some Featured Projects

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Reviving Cultural Burning in the Lockyer

Funded by Landcare Australia, auspiced by the Wirrinyah Gurrnung Aboriginal Corporation and in partnership with the National Firesticks Alliance, we conducted a small scale cultural burning project. We put out an expression of interest to Lockyer Valley landholders to conduct site assessments on their property. We then decided on a top four based on accessibility, amount of fuel loads and readiness. Three of these properties were neighbours and the fourth property was on the same road. The team prepped, burned and did post monitoring at the sites. It was a great way to build capacity within the team and connect with private landholders. We hope to continue this work on a larger scale in the future, pending funding opportunities and support.


Enoggera Creek

Supporting the Oxley Creek Transformation team with revegetating native species along the Enoggera creek parklands.

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Riparian Vegetation Management Project Ipswich River’s Improvement Trust

Weed removal along Ironpot Creek Wulkuraka and Bundamba Creek, Swanbank. Site preparation for revegetation of native species in early Spring 2022.

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Ivory’s Rock, Flinders Peak , Koala Habitat Restoration , Healthy Land and Water

Lantana, other invasive weeds and fence removal along the riparian corridor of Peaks Crossing to increase access for koalas.

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Reynolds Creek (Gorge Section) Charlwood , Regional Riparian Weed Control , Healthy Land and Water

Removal of cats claw and other vine species to improve creek stability along Charlwood Creek in Aratula.


Evellyn Dodds Cultural Reserve , Ipswich City Council

Site preparation and planting of over 2000 trees along Bundamba Creek. Ongoing maintance and revegetation over an extended period to restore the site for wildlife.

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Karrawatha Forest Reserve , Environmental offsets and restoration program , Brisbane City Council

Brisbane City Council have provided the area for both training and contracting experience, sponsoring our trainees to complete a Certificate 3 in Indigenous Land Management at the site, who then went on to complete several weed treatment and revegetation contracts at the Garfield Road and Wembley Road sites.


Vigoro Native Garden , Ipswich Vigoro Association

Construction of a Native Garden for the 2021 Vigoro Indigenous round. Project included the construction of a garden bed, planting native species, painting and installing totem pole.