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The meaning of ‘Moggill’
Our place, Moggill Haven, is situated in the Brisbane suburb of Moggill. The Brisbane City Council has chosen an Aboriginal source for the meaning of Moggill as this sign at Booker Place Park in Birkin Rd Bellbowrie explains. It is … Continue reading
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Posted in Diary: Rain and Planting and Observations of Wildlife Tagged bandicoot, bearded dragon, blue-faced honey-eater, brush turkey, butcherbird, coucal, figs, green tree frog, grey shrike-thrush, little black cormorant, native habitat, pale-headed rosella, pied cormorant, purple swamp hen, spotted turtle-dove, striped marsh frog, tawny frogmouth, verreaux's skink, white-necked heron, wildlife 2 Comments