Kedron Brook Branch
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Wildlife Queensland Kedron Brook Branch members.
Wildlife Queensland Kedron Brook Branch aims to protect and improve their catchment by encouraging communication, education and action. Activities include rehabilitating the Brook and adjacent habitats, assisting the return of native flora and fauna, conducting surveys including monitoring water quality, and delivering an environmental education program.
The branch is represented by an Executive Committee who collaborate with residents, officials, schools and businesses in working towards a healthy and balanced local ecosystem.
See Kedron Brook Catchment Network’s website for more information.
What we do
Five general meetings are held bi-monthly each year, starting in February with the last meeting in October. The meeting usually begins informally with finger food and drinks from 7 pm. This is followed by branch and volunteer network business and a presentation on a selected topic.
- When: On the third Tuesday of the selected month, from 7.00 pm – 9.30 pm.
- Where: Usually at Downfall Creek Bushland Centre, 815 Rode Road, McDowall.
Kedron Brook Branch volunteers.
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Our branch meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month from 7.00 pm to 9.30 pm. All welcome.