Find out what Council is doing and what you can do to help protect our waterways and Moreton Bay.
Find out more about your local community volunteers who work hard to clean up and restore natural habitats along creeks and waterways in Brisbane.
Join our guided walks through Boondall Wetlands to discover the history of our internationally important wetlands.
Splash out and have some fun at awesome canoeing and kayaking activities along Brisbane's waterways. Bookings required.
Council officers work with community groups across Brisbane to protect and restore catchments and waterways.
Council has created track maps to download with details of popular walking tracks, special features, things to do and safety tips.
This program helps community groups restore natural habitats in parks, bushland, wetlands and along waterways.
Stormwater harvesting is the collection of rainwater that flows from a variety of surfaces such as car parks, roads, gardens and footpaths. Find out more.
Find links to creek catchment groups, including community contacts and details on how you can contact and join your local group.
Council's three environment centres offer information, environmental programs and events and walking tracks.
Council is investing $2 million to install creek filtration systems in catchments across the city.
Creek Catchment Officers help the community protect and restore Brisbane's waterways and bays in partnership with the 11 catchment groups city wide.
Some Brisbane catchment groups run community native plant nurseries. Find out more about your local plants and meet like-minded local residents.
Find information about how Council and the community can partner in protecting Brisbane's waterways.
For more information, phone Council on 07 3403 8888.