Pumicestone Shellfish Habitat Restoration Project

Restoring shellfish reef populations in the Pumicestone Passage as part of the Moreton Bay Ramsar Wetland Project. Up until the turn of the last century, Moreton Bay supported magnificent intertidal and subtidal shellfish beds which had always been a valuable food and cultural resource for Traditional Owners. The oyster industry was certainly the foremost industry […]

SEQ NRM Plan & Review

The South East Queensland Natural Resource Management Plan (NRM Plan) has been approved by the Australian Government The updated plan was the result of a year long review and future-scoping process, involving a deep dive into the science, a comprehensive online survey, and feedback from a series of regional workshops. We consolidated the science and […]

Weed Control Program

 Removing weeds along the region’s riverbanks to improve water quality Healthy Land and Water is currently delivering one of the most extensive invasive vine weed management projects undertaken in South East Queensland. Up to 148km of creek bank has been cleared of destructive weeds such as Cats Claw Creeper and Madeira over the past four […]

Environmentally Friendly Moorings

Replacing damaging moorings in Moreton Bay to protect seagrass meadows The Environmentally Friendly Moorings (EFM) program is protecting seagrass meadows and associated marine habitats by replacing existing block and tackle moorings with an environmentally friendly alternative. Environmentally friendly moorings ensure mooring chains are kept off the sea floor, protecting seagrass and preventing damage. Moreton Bay […]

Davidson Street Creek Restoration project

Restoring and improving the liveability of Breakfast Creek Living Waterways is a best practice environmental management approach that assists practitioners and government to deliver enduring and affordable outdoor spaces which engage the surrounding communities. The framework promotes interaction with water to inspire, promote adventure and discovery, and to educate visitors about the delicacy of our ecosystems. […]

Fish Habitat Map

Fish habitats are under threat mainly due to a decline in water quality, loss of the extent and quality of fish habitat and a loss of connectivity across our catchments for fish species to travel to breed and reproduce. Learn more and help protect fish habitats by downloading the Fish Habitat Factsheet. In partnership with […]

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