Environment centres

Brisbane has two environment centres at Boondall Wetlands and Downfall Creek.

Environment centres help achieve the Brisbane Vision goal to be a clean, green city by:

  • being a facility of environmental communication and learning
  • creating sustainable communities through environmental programs
  • engaging communities in the sustainable use of Brisbane's natural areas with activities such as canoeing, bush walks, bird watching and wildlife rescue 
Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre

Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre

The Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre is in the Boondall Wetlands Reserve. Visitors can learn about the importance of wetlands to the community and the environment.

Downfall Creek Bushland Centre - lagoon and trees

Downfall Creek Bushland Centre

Downfall Creek Bushland Centre is located at the Raven Street Reserve. People of all ages can use the centre to learn about the importance of the flora, fauna and urban bushlands in the wider environment.
Chermside Hills Reserve - leaves

Chermside Hills Reserve

The Chermside Hills Reserve is a unique natural environment with a wildlife corridor and a network of walking and cycling tracks.
Volunteers checking on plants in a garden

Volunteer program

Join the Volunteer Guide or Bushcare Volunteer programs and help make a difference in caring for and sharing knowledge about our natural environments.
Man and women out birdwatching in a canoe

Events and activities

Find out about free and low cost recreational and educational activities in Brisbane's bushlands and wetlands, including Wetland Week.