SUNDAY 7 AUGUST! We are seeking volunteers for a new Buschcare group to restore Rowena Park. This lovely parkland is located alongside Moggill..
Is water something you only think about during drought? Are you worried about the cost of water? How confident are you about water security..
Monday 25 July at 7pm! Brookfield Hall is a wonderful place to be if you’re interested in the native wildlife of our area...
A new era for the management of South East Queensland’s land and waterways has been formally announced with the official formation of Healthy..
There have been several sightings of a Yellow-tailed black cockatoo family in Tuckett Park and nearby areas recently. Check out our Facebook page..
Over 300 grown-ups and kids rocked up for a truly wonderful Kids Day at the Cottage on Sunday 12 June. We had some..
Have you ever heard a lonely, mournful wail breaking the silence of the night? Our July edition of “Feather Fascination” reveals the story of..
We’ve had some unwelcome guests (Tilapia) in the swimming hole near Creekside Street Kenmore Hills. Take a look at our Ferals Animal page to..
On April 17th, a native bird which has never been seen in our Catchment was sighted at Adavale Street Brookfield! This wonderful occurrence..
KIDS’ DAY AT THE COTTAGE – SUNDAY 12 JUNE! 10am-1pm. Join us at the Cottage on the Gold Creek Dam Reserve at the very end of Gold..
(members and non members alike) The MCCG is undertaking a vital strategic planning process over the next few months to determine our priorities..
The Brookfield Show runs from 13 to 15 May at the Brookfield Showground this year. Why not drop in for a chat? We’re in..
This talk has had to be postponed to a later date – various permits and equipment required will not be available until later,..
The QLD State Government is inviting property owners and other affected parties to provide feedback on the future management of weed and pest..
The Brisbane Biodiversity Seminar series provides members of Land for Wildlife, Habitat Brisbane, Environment Centre and Creek Catchment groups an opportunity to hear..
The Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network together with Wildlife Qld are currently recruiting volunteers to help with field data collection of Dutchman’s Pipe (Aristolochia..
Visit the Cottage for a wonderful talk with Ed Frazer who will share with us his amazing photos of birds in the Brookfield..
It’s not strictly speed dating but it sure has some parallells! Single Brisbanites are invited to this free event at St Lucia Esplanade..
Recover from voting by connecting with nature! McKay Brook working bees are held on the first Saturday afternoon of each month from 2-5pm..
REMINDER FOR MEMBERS !!! Recording Wildlife Sightings Talk at the Cottage 10 am Saturday 20th February 2016 Book your place: [email protected] or ph..
The MCCG Annual General Meeting was held at the Brookfield Hall on Monday 30th November, with around 40 people in attendance. Our Chairman,..
The MCCG 2015 Annual General Meeting will be held at the Brookfield Hall, starting at 7:30pm on Monday 30th November. Come along to..
The winners in the 2015 MCCG Photography competition were presented with their prizes at the awards ceremony in Kenmore Village Shopping Centre on..
The Moggill Creek Catchment Group annual photography competition is nearly here. Photographs must be submitted on Saturday October 24th so you have just..
Thursday 15 October 10 am- 12 Talk at the Cottage: “Why record Wildlife Sightings” by Brent Smith. “A bird in a record is..
MCCG is looking for a volunteer website coordinator to join our team. So, if you enjoy working with computers, have an interest in..
On Sunday morning 6th Sept, 65 people braved the 4:30am start (fortunately not too cold this year!) to see if they could spot..
The Annual MCCG Kids Day at the Cottage on Sunday 7th June 2015 was a great success, with attendance of over 400! Presenters..
Are you one of the people using the trail through Deerhurst Park to walk or ride on? If so, you might be interested..
MCCG has a new Facebook page! We invite you to view it… If you would like to use Facebook to follow the activities..
In a recent article in the Australian Association of Bush Regenerators Newsletter (Number 125, June 2015), Bryan Hacker introduces the Moggill Creek Catchment..
Advice and help is at hand for removing invasive weeds and restoring habitat. The Moggill Creek Catchment Group’s Landcare Adviser, Bryan Hacker, writes on the available assistance...
There’s an on-line survey as part of a research project on Eastern Grey Kangaroos in South East Queensland. If you’d like to be..
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on the Environment is currently undertaking an enquiry into the administration and transparency of the Register of..
A meeting for interested residents is planned for Sunday June 14th at 2pm, by the park bench opposite the bamboo. For more details..
Although small, fire ants are one of the worst invasive species to hit Australia’s shores. Biosecurity Queensland has been working hard to contain..
Two Glossy Black Cockatoos were sighted during a recent Land For Wildlife survey in Pacey Road, Upper Brookfield. Black Cockatoos are listed under..
Riki Fulton will talk about “Beyond The Edge” – a major campaign being run by the National Red Imported Fire Ant Eradication Program. ..
There were surprisingly few losses from flood damage in the Tuckett Park area, despite the fact that some of our plantings on the..
Congratulations are in order! MCCG was awarded a 2015 Lord Mayor’s Australia Day Green Heart Award – Organisation. The Award..
Dangerous aquatic weeds occur in our catchment. MCCG supported by Brisbane City Council have run a successful identification workshop with landholders. On 19..
The Moggill Creek Catchment Group’s Annual General Meeting was held at Brookfield Hall at the Brookfield Showgrounds at 7.30pm on Monday 24th November..
The 2014 Photography Competition was again hugely successful with over 200 entries across the 6 categories. The Supreme Exhibit prize was won by..
Martin Fingland (the Geckoes Man) and Dr John Stanisic (‘the snail whisperer’) presented a night out with a variety of native nocturnal fauna..
Another successful Kids’ Day at the Cottage was enjoyed by an attendance of around 300. This included equally interested adults who came with..
On Sunday May 26th, perfect day weatherwise, the 2013 Kids’ day at the Cottage was again a most enjoyable day for all involved...