A number of reports and publications relating to the Moggill Creek catchment have been published since the formation of the MCCG, some of which are listed below. Several of these relate to projects funded by the Commonwealth NHT Fund or its replacements. There have been two strategic Plans/Business Plans that described in detail the objectives and strategies of the Group and identified the specific issues and challenges facing the catchment community.
There have been three University Honours Thesis reports from students supported by the MCCG and partly supervised by Group members. These were particularly useful in bringing together information about the catchment’s land and water resources, and the conclusions of the research provided useful insights into specific matters, which have subsequently been used by the Group.
The most recent reports or publications have provided practical guidelines on managing the land and water resources, and horses in the Moggill Creek catchment and Pullen Pullen Catchments.
- Moggill Creek Catchment Management Plan, 1997. Brisbane City Council, Department of Works.
- Monitoring of Moggill Creek Catchment Management Group Rehabilitation Sites on Public Land. 1999, M. Reif and S. Cumming.
- A Preliminary Study of Land Use Impacts on the Water Quality in the Moggill Creek Catchment. 2000, Lucinda Eykamp, University of Queensland.
- Butterfly Checklist for the Moggill Creek Catchment 2004, D.P.A Sands, Publisher: MCCG
- Australian Nectar Plants for Adult RBB 2019
(published by the Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network)
- Know Your Creek –Moggill Creek. 2005. Produced in conjunction with Brisbane City Council Water Resources
- Managing Horses on Small properties in the Moggill Creek Catchment, 2007. Supported by Brisbane City Council
- Our place in the country: Managing your acreage property in West Brisbane, 2009. In conjunction with Pullen Pullen Catchment Group with the support of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund
- Ecologically Sustainable Fire Management: An Advisory Code for Brisbane’s Western Suburbs. 205, DPA Sands and CM Hosking.
Putting Back the Forest
From our partners at the Cubberla-Witton Catchment Network
On this website
- Refer to Wildlife for information about fauna within the catchment, including koalas, butterflies and platypus.
- See our Plants page for a range of useful info about the diversity of flora, including natives, exotics and invasive plants, within the region.
- Use our List of Birds within the Catchment online or on your mobile device to identify and learn about specific bird species.
- And our Feather Fascination page provides a unique and extensive resource about the abundance of birdlife within our wonderful Catchment.