About us


Maintain and restore natural vegetation communities by:

  • Reverse the tendency of habitat fragmentation by encouragement of continuity of wildlife habitats across public and private lands
  • Weed strategy -- identify and control exotic weeds
  • Re-vegetate and regenerate public and private land
  • Active bushcare groups
  • Provision of native plants to members
  • Wildlife protection zones
  • Restore and preserve water quality by:
  • Community water quality monitoring when creeks are flowing
  • Fish monitoring
  • Clean up squad

Facilitate the establishment of appropriate infrastructure by:

  • Build a network of walking tracks
  • Establish recreational facilities where appropriate

Inform and educate members and the community by:

  • Publications (Streamlines, the PPCG's newsletter)
  • PPCG web site
  • Events (information days, local talks, workshops, nature walks)
  • Environmental educational programs with schools and community
  • Involvement of the community in festivals and projects
  • Encourage shared values and sense of community
  • Collect local history
  • Encourage a sense of ownership/custodianship of the environment
  • Bush regeneration & community tree-planting events along creeks


PPCG Management Committee

John Ness - President
email: john.ness@emsolutions.com.au

Liz Dominguez - Secretary
email: contactus@pullenpullencatchments.org.au

Helen Ogle - ‘Streamlines’ Editor
email: editor@pullenpullencatchments.org.au

Richard Ponsonby - Membership
email: members@pullenpullencatchments.org.au

Irene Darlington - Wildlife Carer
email: wildlife@pullenpullencatchments.org.au

Brisbane City Council

The PPCG acknowledges the support of the Lord Mayor's Community Sustainability and Environmental Grants Programs for a grant to help with administrative, bushcare and educational costs.

© 2019 Pullen Pullen Catchments Group (PPCG)