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Oxley Creek Transformation Project Draft Master Plan

Oxley Creek Transformation Pty Ltd (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Brisbane City Council) has prepared a draft Master Plan for a $100 million Project to ‘revitalise this corridor, transforming it into a world-class green lifestyle and leisure destination’. Four priority projects proposed for the short to medium-term (0-10 years) are listed below: Multi-use trials along 20 […]

Jimboomba Times – War on Weeds at Greenbank

‘Logan City Council funds a free ongoing weed management program for landholders whose properties back on to the creek. The project will be delivered in partnership with the Oxley Creek Catchment Association (OCCA).’ If you live in Logan City Council area and have or know someone with a property backs onto Crewes Creek and you […]

Rotary Tree Planting

Casting our mind back to February 25th, a beautiful sunny morning sandwiched between the intense wet weather period, OCCA had the opportunity to host volunteers from three different Rotary groups for a tree planting event at the Common. Around 40 members from the Brisbane Taylor Bridge, Brisbane Inner West and Archerfield Rotary clubs joined dedicated […]

Follow-Up to Crewes Creek Weed Management

The weekend of March 11-12 saw the conclusion to concluding efforts for our Crewes Creek Weed Management Workshops that had occurred over several months. Guests at the workshop saw OCCA superstar Josh Hall give a presentation on the main stage in front of over a hundred locals at Logan City Council’s Conservation Incentives Program Day. […]

Peaks to Points Festival 2018

This coming July OCCA will be hosting the biennial Peaks to Points Festival (P2P) thanks to generous funding from Brisbane City Council and Festival sponsors. Peaks to Points is a celebration of community efforts in protecting and caring for the environment in catchments on the south side of the Brisbane River. The Festival features two […]