🌍Join Us for a Community Litter Clean-Up!🌿
😊 Make a tangible impact in just a few hours.
Help us make a difference! Join us in stopping litter from entering Lagoon Creek. Help report large illegally dumped litter in this particular area and discourage future dumping via send snap solve, everyone can help to prevent it as its such a public area.
As a community everyone would like to stop litter being present in such a public and environmentally important area. We are fortunate to have Platypus and large habitat trees that are getting stressed by all the illegal gravel that is being dumped by their roots. Some of these trees are at least a hundred years old are iconic to Caboolture, and part of the history of this area.
We need your help to make this happen. Make a real difference in your community and join us for a couple of hours to keep our natural spaces beautiful!
Protect the Environment: Contribute to preserving the natural beauty of Lagoon Creek. 
Community Engagement: Meet like-minded individuals and enjoy a morning of teamwork. 
Feel-Good Factor: Experience the satisfaction of giving back to the community. ​​​​​​​
Equipment Provided: Gloves, bags, and other cleaning supplies will be available.
Safety First: A brief orientation on safety and clean-up procedures will kick off the event.
What to Bring: Comfortable Clothing: Suitable for outdoor work (including sturdy shoes and sun protection). Water Bottle: To stay hydrated.
Meeting Point: Lagoon Creek Environmental Reserve, at the car park of the corner of Old Gympie Rd and D’Aguilar Highway entrance near the junction of Beerburrum rd 
🌱 Join the Community Native Nursery Working Bee! 🌱
Are you passionate about protecting our environment and contributing to local biodiversity? Join us at CREEC Nursery for a hands-on volunteer event where we’ll be supporting the growth of native plant species crucial for the conservation of native indigenous flora, local backyard biodiversity, natural area and habitat restoration.
What You’ll Do:
Seed Sowing and Potting: Help with the hands-on tasks of sowing seeds, potting young plants, and preparing them for growth.
Plant Care: Learn about the care and nurturing of native plants from seedling to mature specimens.
Care of Stock plants and garden maintenance
Meet Like-minded Volunteers: Connect with others who share your passion for conservation and make new friends along the way.
What to Bring:
Gardening Gloves: Keep your hands protected while working with soil and plants.
Water Bottle: Stay hydrated throughout the day.
Sun Protection: Hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses to protect against the sun.
No Experience Needed!
Whether you're a seasoned gardener or new to plant propagation, everyone is welcome. Our friendly team will provide all the guidance and tools you need.
Together, we can make a significant impact on our local environment. Your contribution is invaluable in creating a sustainable and biodiverse community.
Back to Top