The Council is inviting the community to participate in a second round of planting this weekend in the ongoing restoration of the Belivah Creek catchment.

With community support it is hoped to plant 3300 native trees and shrubs as part of Logan City Council’s Albert River Vision.

More than 1800 young native trees and shrubs were planted by more than 100 community members in the first round of planting in April last year at Willmann Park in Belivah.

City Parks, Animals, Environment and Waste Chairperson Councillor Jennie Breene encouraged the community to get involved in this weekend’s event.

“Once the native plants get established they will help create an ecological corridor along Belivah Creek that will improve water quality through the catchment and into the Albert River,” she said.

The community planting event is on Saturday, March 23 from 9am to 11.30am.

The morning includes activities for children, information stalls from local community groups and a free sausage sizzle.

Location details will be provided on registering at

For more information call Council on 3412 3412.


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