• Goanna
  • Tree
  • Red Belly Black Snake
  • Platypus
  • Koala
  • Budgie
  • Blue Tongue Lizard

Moggill Creek Catchment Group

We are a volunteer community action group working to conserve and improve the natural environment of the Moggill Creek catchment, an area comprising conservation parks, acreage properties and urban development. Moggill Creek and its tributaries are situated in the foothills of the D'Aguilar Range, in the outer western area of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Have a look around our site– we are sure you will find something to interest you.  If you are new to our beautiful area, get in touch with us, meet new friends, join our activities, and learn about your local environment.  Need local native plants for your garden? Our Nursery provides them FREE to our members – JOIN NOW.

Read more about how our activities benefit the catchment.

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