Pullen Pullen Catchment Group and Moggill Creek Catchment Group have an arrangement in which some members of PPCG join in with the MCCG Nursery working bees which propagate native plants for distribution, at no cost, to its members for use in their revegetation work. In return, PPCG members can have plants on the same terms.

Working bees are normally held on the first and third Mondays of every month, from 9.00 a.m. to about noon. The nursery is located just beyond the gate at the upper end of Gold Creek Rd, Brookfield. There are usually some 15 persons, providing pleasant company, while there is the opportunity to learn something about our plants and revegetation procedures. There is no need to advise if you are going.

For more information, email Graeme Wilson at

Mini Nurseries for Loan

PPCG has a number of “Mini Nurseries” which are sturdy one cubic metre structures with shade cloth covering which are available for loan to members. They can be used to raise plants from seed collected, or to grow surplus seedlings passed on from the MCCG Nursery. These plants can then be used by the person, who grew them using the mini-nursery, or can be returned to the MCCG Nursery for use in the local community.

For more information, email



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.

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