Pullen Pullen Catchments Group (PPCG) aims to foster awareness and appreciation within the community of the need to protect the natural environment throughout the catchments and to help conserve Australia’s unique flora and fauna.

What's happening

This issue has a number of articles of interest to our members and to the broader community of our Pullen Pulen catchment, including a couple about water health. The article by President John Ness about the health of the water in Pullen Pullen Creek is of particular importance.

As this is the final issue for the year, there are short reports from our bushscare areas, our wildlife co-ordinator and a special project undertaken by Moggill State School.



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Brisbane City Council

Pullen Pullen Catchments Group acknowledges the support of the Brisbane City Council for costs associated with the website, the printing of Streamlines and with running the working bee mornings in Anstead Reserve and Pullenvale Forest Park.

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