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.
Some documents on this page need Microsoft Word or Microsoft Word Viewer installed on your computer to view or print them.
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)
View Council's new Waterways activation map, which includes the locations of Habitat groups, Ramsar listed wetlands and points of interest.
If you want to get more involved in looking after our waterways local catchment groups, you can volunteer with the Brisbane Catchments Network.