Our goal is to provide native habitat by planting natives and removing introduced weeds.

We thank the Moggill Creek Catchment Group for advice and information and for providing us with numerous local species of native plants. Their official website –

– is a fount of authoritative information which would still be relevant for those living outside the western area of Brisbane.

We thank Brisbane City Council for their support through the Land For Wildlife Program and particularly our Program Officer, Peter Hayes. Thanks also, BCC, for removing the Chinese Elms from the roadside opposite our driveway!

The aerial photo of our property on the Home Menu is courtesy of Google Earth.

The aerial photos of our property that compare our land at the time of the 2011 flood with 2010 and 2012 photos come courtesy of .

Helpful Publications

Our place In The Country: Managing Your Acreage Property in West Brisbane (2009) by the Pullen Pullen Catchments Group and Moggill Creek Catchment Group

Putting Back The Forest: A Landcare Guide for Brookfield, Pullenvale and Moggill (1994) by Bryan Hacker, Rona Butler and Rae Rekdahl

Wild Plants of Greater Brisbane: A Queensland Museum Guide (2003) Printed by Queensland Museum (Queensland Government) [A very good section on how Brisbane City Council planted certain exotics and natives in streets and parks p 323 -333. Also good photos of some of the worst weeds.]

Mangroves to Mountains (Revised Edition): A Field Guide to the Native Plants of South-east Queensland  by Glenn Leiper, Jan Glazebrook, Denis Cox & Kerrie Rathie published by Logan River Branch SGAP (Society For Growing Australian Plants) (Qld Region) in 2008

Helpful Links for Native Plants

Plants to Plant (Save Our Waterways Now)

Resources for identifying weeds

Weeds to Whack (Save our Waterways Now)

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