Enjoy a morning in the great outdoors and help plant 2000 native plants along the Eprapah Creek corridor in Victoria Point on Sunday 8 April.
Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the planting was a chance to get the family out and active during the school holidays while improving wildlife habitat in the Redlands.
“As part of Council’s commitment to a healthy, natural environment, we are working to plant one million native plants in the Redlands, strengthening our city’s strong environmental character and providing homes to our local wildlife,” Cr Williams said.
“I invite locals and residents from throughout the city to come along to help widen the Eprapah Creek wildlife corridor.
“There will be kids’ activities, a sausage sizzle and a free native plant for participants to take home.”
Volunteers should wear enclosed shoes, sun-smart clothing and bring their own drinking water. Plants and all other equipment including gloves, sunscreen, gardening tools and insect repellent will be provided by Council.
Koala Community Planting – Event details
When: 9 – 11am, Sunday 8 April
Where: Eprapah Creek Corridor, Liriope Place, Victoria Point
Bring: Enclosed shoes, sun protection and drinking water
We supply: Plants, tools, sunscreen, insect repellent and gardening gloves.