The changing face of the landscape in the Melaleuca Wetlands came under spotlight last month, three years into a project that has seen weed-infested hot spots transformed into areas of thriving biodiversity.
Evaluating the change last week, since his initial visit
Elisha Kissick delivering her talk on bushfoods.
After an inspiring Welcome to Country, Elisha introduced us to bush foods with their beneficial
There’s nothing more stunning than the afternoon sun streaming through the melaleuca wetlands between Phillips Street and Elizabeth Street, or those on Carolyn Brammer’s property,“Mudlo.”
The importance of these endangered ecological communities has now been recognized by the Australian Government along
Update: The winners have been announced!
Healthy Land & Water is running a photo competition to celebrate the beauty and values of the Moreton Bay Ramsar Wetland. Upload your best photos of plants, animals, or landscapes showing the wetland’s beauty and
Cultural Walk + Weeding in the Melaleuca Wetlands
Where: Melaleuca Wetlands, 80 Victoria Parade East Lower, Coochiemudlo Island
When: Saturday 30 July | 09:00AM – 1:00PM
Come and join us celebrate NAIDOC on Coochiemudlo Island by participating in a Cultural Walk and Talk
The Committee includes:
President – Vivienne Roberts-Thomson
Vice President – Bryan Dyball
Secretary – Jane Caldwell
Treasurer – Betty-Ann Bellette