Know your creek and catchment
Brisbane is built around its waterways and all Brisbane residents live in a catchment. There are many parks where you can enjoy a view of water, or you can take a walk beside a creek, the Brisbane River or Moreton Bay. You can also enjoy the waterways in a boat or canoe.
Know your creek fact sheets provide information about the flora, fauna and natural assets of Brisbane's catchments.
You can download the full Creeks and Catchments document:
or individual fact sheets for the following catchments:
- Breakfast/Enoggera Creek (Word - 89kb)
- Bulimba Creek (Word - 92kb)
- Cabbage Tree Creek (Word - 90kb)
- Cubberla/Witton/Toowong/Sandy Creeks (Word - 90kb)
- Kedron Brook (Word - 92kb)
- Lota and Tingalpa Creek (Word - 92kb)
- Moggill Creek (Word - 90kb)
- Norman Creek (Word - 91kb)
- Nundah/Downfall Creek (Word - 91kb)
- Oxley Creek (Word - 91kb)
- Pullen Pullen Creek (Word - 92kb)
- Wolston and Centenary Creeks (Word - 93kb)
- Wynnum Creek (Word - 91kb)
If you want to get more involved in looking after our waterways local catchment groups, you can volunteer with the Brisbane Catchments Network.