Bulimba Creek Catchment
Creating a web of green
By Bulimba Creek, Aug 29 2015 07:01AM
A baby koala, about 6 months old, was found curled up in the midst of our planting site at Salvin Creek, Carina Heights. The Green Army team were at the site for routine maintenance. There was no sign of the mother in the surrounding trees. B4C Operations Manager, Stefan, was notified and he went to retrieve the baby. It was very cold, so it was wrapped in a towel and the Koala Ambulance called. It will be taken to the Daisy Hill Koala Centre for rehabilitation.
By Bulimba Creek, Aug 23 2015 08:04AM
B4C is working with Council and the Pacific Golf Club to design a rehabilitation plan for Bulimba Creek within the Pacific Golf Course at Carindale. Lack of deep rooted native plants and woody vegetation has left the banks saturated and a subsequent collapse is occurring. Erosion from creek flow follows. We have engaged a professional hydrology company to undertake a “benching design”. B4C will add a researched specific revegetation plan. Breaking new ground – so to speak!
By Bulimba Creek, Aug 23 2015 08:00AM
Minnippi Parklands, on the eastern side of Bulimba Creek, is one of the iconic natural area sites of the city of Brisbane. Two large lakes and recreation facilities make it an ideal public natural amenity. B4C is currently performing rehabilitation of wetlands, bushlands and riparian areas to improve its environmental and community values. Sponsored by Port of Brisbane P/L for the last two years.
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