cccBushcare activities are carried out from the Cubberla Creek’s headwaters in Chapel Hill to its mouth in Fig Tree Pocket. Tributaries include Gubberley Creek and Little Gubberley Creek. Groups rehabilitate bushland and waterways by removing weeds and planting native vegetation to encourage wildlife use. Cubberla Creek and its tributaries as well as their riparian zone form a core corridor for aquatic and terrestrial wildlife movement between Brisbane River and Mount Coot-tha. This corridor is recognized in CWCN’s Cubberla Creek Connect project. It is an essential part of Brisbane’s biodiversity network and identified as having high ecological value under the Draft City Plan (2014). Apart from CWCN’s own projects and the work Brisbane Girls Grammar does at their sports campus in Fig Tree Pocket, the following groups, registered under BCC’s Habitat Brisbane Program, are working in the catchment:

The following groups, registered under BCC’s Habitat Brisbane Program, are working in the catchment:

  • Ardes and Lomandra Street Parks Bushcare Group, Chapel Hill (Pam 0417 645 368) www.facebook.com/ArdesLomandraBushcare
  • Brushbox Court Bushcare Group, Chapel Hill (David 0416 123 503)
  • Burns Parade Bushcare Group, Chapel Hill (Henry  0430 628 325) www.facebook.com/burnsparade
  • Butterfly Bushcare Group, Chapel Hill (Sameer 0420 580 031Justin 0423 105 284)
  • Cubberla Creek Revegetation Group, Chapel Hill (Megan 0458 402 657)
  • Little Gubberley Bushcare Group, Kenmore (Carolyn 3378 2674)
  • Kenmore South Creek Care, Kenmore (Anna 0407 731 131) www.facebook.com/kenmoresouthcc
  • Kersley Road Bushcare Group, Kenmore (Brian 0400 199 480)
  • Merri Merri Park Bushcare Group, Chapel Hill (Ross and Dorothy 3378 4249)
  • Rainbow Forest Experimental Rehabilitation Group, Indooroopilly (Ros 3378 4906) https://sites.google.com/view/rainbowforest/home
  • The Hut Bushland Care Group, Chapel Hill (THECA 3878 5088)
  • Wandering Weeders, Chapel Hill (Lyn 3878 4581)