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Traditional custodianship restored on Mulgumpin | Joint management announced

Through landmark legislation passed through the Queensland Parliament last week, the Quandamooka People have had their traditional custodianship restored over 17,000 hectares of Protected Areas on Mulgumpin (Moreton Island). The legislation that was passed will see 98% of Mulgumpin jointly managed by the Traditional Owners and Queensland Government and includes additional state lands being added […]

Enhancing sand dunes for turtle nesting on Bribie Island

  The Woorim Beach Dune Rehabilitation Project is enhancing the area for turtle nesting by reducing dune erosion and artificial light spill through weed control and revegetation. Bribie Island lies within the internationally recognised Moreton Bay Ramsar Wetland, one of the important feeding and nesting grounds for marine turtles along the east coast of Australia. […]

Pig control program improving the health of Moreton Bay’s Ramsar wetlands and Quandamooka Country

Honeymoon Bay – Moreton Island, a feeder, and a pig identified by a camera   Invasive animal and plant species have had a significant impact on the Australian environment, damaging landscapes and supressing native species with widespread negative economic and cultural consequences. Moreton Bay’s Ramsar Wetland Covering more than 120,000 hectares, the Moreton Bay Ramsar […]

From dune rehabilitation to shellfish reef restoration: Pumicestone Catchment Convergence wrapped up

Jessica Mowat (Moreton Bay Regional Council) presenting on day 1 of the Pumicestone Catchment Convergence. Passionate community members, Traditional Owners, researchers, farmers, consultants, and government and industry representatives have enjoyed two days of presentations followed by a collaborative planning session at the Pumicestone Catchment Convergence 2021: Insights for a healthy future. The Convergence showcased the […]

Coochiemudlo community caring for wetlands and each other

Coochiemudlo Island Coastcare volunteers Earlier this month we celebrated World Wetland Day and the 50th anniversary of the signing of an international agreement aimed at conserving and protecting wetlands all over the world. Located closer to home is the internationally recognised Moreton Bay Ramsar site. This is one of Australia’s iconic wetland sites and supports […]

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