Upcoming events

    • Friday, May 27, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Reesville
    • 17
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    Roving Restorers - Reesville 

    Friday, 27 May

    9.00am – 12.00pm

    Join us to hand weed privet and other invasive weeds at this Land for Wildlife property in the headwaters of Elaman Creek. Rachael Stacy & Kevin Smith have been undertaking restoration work for many years to improve habitat for native fauna and flora. This property is in core koala habitat and Habitat is contributing to connectivity from the Aplin forest through to Maleny National Park.

    Please do not attend if you have any flu-like symptoms or have been in contact with people with these symptoms. 

    Meet at the back of the IGA carpark in Maleny at 8.30am for an 9.00am start. (or call 0400 658 634 for directions).    

    All tools will be provided. Bring gloves, water, boots, sunscreen and insect repellent. Long-sleeved shirt, trousers and hat are essential (Work Place Health and Safety Regulations).

    Please register by phoning Sue 0400 658 634 or Register through the Barung Landcare events calendar 

    For contact on the day call Sue 0400 658 634




    • Saturday, June 04, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Maleny Community Precinct, Parkland Dr, Maleny
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    Regenerating rainforests and creating Gardens for Wildlife

    with the Barung Landcare team


    Join Barung Landcare for a guided walk along the Obi Obi Creek and through the emerging Barung Seed Forest. 

    Learn about local conservation efforts and revegetation techniques, and then help expand the rainforest and native garden for wildlife through a range of care activities, including planting more native plants at the site to create habitat for wildlife. 

    You will also learn tips and ideas about how to create your very own garden for wildlife at home (no matter how big or small your backyard is!). You can pick up a range of great resources to help you get started should you like to join the Gardens for Wildlife program.

    The Barung Seed Forest is an important regeneration project which aims to return rainforest to a section of the Maleny Community Precinct as well as provide an inspiring space for people to gather and learn about the importance of nature and conserving our local environment.

      When: Saturday the 4th of June

      Time: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

      Where: Barung Seed Forest, Maleny Community Precinct, Parkland Dr, Maleny (off Porters Lane)

      Cost: Free, morning tea included

      What to bring:

      • Please bring your own gardening gloves, wear long pants, long sleeves, a hat and closed sturdy shoes
      • Please bring your own water bottle

        To book, please register online

        or by phone 5494 3151

        or at the office (38A Coral St, Maleny)

        We kindly ask that if you are registering for more than one person (e.g. a partner or family member/s), please add them as a guest as part of your registration.

        Barung Landcare is monitoring the Covid situation and will advise if this event is unable to proceed. In line with Covid-safe protocols please comply with the following:

        • If you feel unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath, or display any other listed Covid-19-related symptoms, we ask that you please do not attend
        • We encourage you to at all times maintain physical distance of 1.5 m

        www.barunglandcare.org.au

        Proudly supported by Sunshine Coast Council


        • Wednesday, June 22, 2022
        • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
        • Mooloolah Valley
        • 76
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        Invasive Plants and Animals

        with Stacy Harris - Senior Biosecurity Officer, Invasive Plants and Animals, Biosecurity Queensland


        Join us for an informative evening with Stacy Harris - Senior Biosecurity Officer, Invasive Plants and Animals from Biosecurity Queensland, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

        Biosecurity Queensland’s mission is to prevent the establishment of new invasive species in Queensland in order to protect Queensland's human health, social amenity, economy and environment. This is achieved through targeted prevention and eradication projects.

        Stacy will provide an update on projects that are carried out in South East Queensland and how you can be involved in protecting our beautiful state.

          When: Wednesday the 22nd of June

          Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

          Venue: Mooloolah Public Hall, 42 Bray Rd, Mooloolah Valley QLD 4553

          Members: Free

          Non-members: $10

            To book, please register online

            or by phone 5494 3151

            or at the office (38A Coral St, Maleny)

            We kindly ask that if you are registering for more than one person (e.g. a partner or family member/s), please add them as a guest as part of your registration.

            Barung Landcare is monitoring the Covid situation and will advise if this event is unable to proceed. In line with Covid-safe protocols please comply with the following:

            • If you feel unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath, or display any other listed Covid-19-related symptoms, we ask that you please do not attend
            • We encourage you to at all times maintain physical distance of 1.5 m