February Community Revegetisation Day

February Community Revegetisation Day

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2023 AT 8 AM.  Come along to Gurrbum Nature Refuge, Old Tully Road, Maadi, and make more forest with us. 8am start. BBQ and refreshments for all Forest Builders. Entry 300m north of the sugar cane tramline then 500m up the hill. Contact us for...
Australia Day Native Reforestation

Australia Day Native Reforestation

THURSDAY, JANUARY 26th, 2023 AT 8 AM. Come along to 155 Dingo Pocket Road and Reflect, Respect, Celebrate with us for Australia Day. We will have over 900 native trees to plant and also be providing Breakfast and Lunch for all Forest Builders. Mission Link bus service...
January Community Revegetisation Day

January Community Revegetisation Day

SATURDAY, JANUARY 7th, 2023 AT 8 AM.  Come along to Gurrbum Nature Refuge, Old Tully Road, Maadi, and make more forest with us. 8am start. BBQ and refreshments for all Forest Builders. Entry 300m north of the sugar cane tramline then 500m up the hill. Contact us for...
The Endangered Mahogany Glider

The Endangered Mahogany Glider

The Mahogany Glider is a small gliding possum occurring in North Queensland. It is nocturnal, elusive and silent for much of the time. It receives it’s name from its buff-coloured belly. The top of the head is pale and bears a dark stripe. Fully grown, They are...
The Endangered Southern Cassowary

The Endangered Southern Cassowary

The Southern Cassowary is a major draw-card for tourists to Tropical North Queensland.  This ancient creature is a world renowned mascot for our region. Cassowaries are an endangered species.  The small population that remains is struggling to survive.  Lack of...