Kev Hooper Park Bushcare Group was founded in 2009 by a group of local people who wanted to improve the local environment and biodiversity in Inala. We are supported by Brisbane’s Habitat Brisbane program. Kev. Hooper Park is located in Inala in South West Brisbane. The park is an important part of the local community and is home to many species of birds, mammals and amphibians. The main bushcare site is along the creek banks at the western end of the park (near Rosemary Street / Serviceton Avenue). The group holds regular, family friendly, planting events where all are welcome. Please e-mail us for more information.  

Leader of the Kev Hooper Park buschare group, John Maelich has compiled a species list of plants that he has planted in his bushcare efforts. 

Rapanea variabilis
Rhodosphaera rhodanthema
Rubus probus
Sambucus australasica
Sannantha angusta
Sannantha similis
Senna acclinis
Sesbania cannabina
Smilax australis
Solanum aviculare
Sophora fraseri
Stenocarpus sinuatus
Stephania japonica
Sterculia quadrifida
Syzygium luehmanii
Syzygium oleosum
Swainsonia galegifolia
Syncarpia glomulifera
Tabernaemontana pandacaqui
Themedra triandra
Toechima tenax
Toona ciliata
Trema tomentosa
Tripladenia cunninghamii
Tristaniopsis laurina
Waterhousia floribunda
Wikstroema indica
Wilkea huegeliana