Brisbane's natural environment makes our city one of Australia's best places to live and work. It is the most biodiverse capital city with the highest diversity of native plants and wildlife of any other capital city in the country. Brisbane City Council manages over 8000 hectares of natural areas within a total park estate of more than 14,000 hectares. You can join a community group to help restore the natural habitats in parks, remnant bushland, wetlands and along the waterways.
You can help restore natural habitats in your local area by joining the Habitat Brisbane group. Find out about how to join and what the groups' activities are.