Southern Queensland Land Rehabilitation Group

Next Workshop/Training/Webinar

Workshop – Date: 9th – 10th June 2022

Previous Workshops

Login to get notes from our previous workshops.

Southern Queensland Land Rehabilitation Group

Workshop Postponed

WHEN: Due to current weather conditions we have had to postpone the workshop to the 9th – 10th of June

09/06/22 – Day 1 – Consisted of a day of networking and presentations at Mooloolah Valley Country Club.

Registration @ 8:30am

Presentation from 9:00am

Dinner @ 6:30pm

Speakers included:-

  1. Dr Michelle Green (Microbiologist) – Sludge and Algae management in aquatic situations
  2. Macspred – Clipper Aquatic Herbicide Introduction
  3. Future Drone Technologies – Applications for Weed Control and Environmental Monitoring
  4. Nathan Layt – Advances in Plant Breeding and Varietal Selection
  5. Col Shiller – Engeny Pty Ltd – Innovations in rail in Australia and Overseas
  6. Andrew Bauer – Lanyonscapes – Biological approaches
  7. Peter Armstrong – Sunshines Coast Council – ESC RESET Site Update

Morning tea, lunch and dinner will be offered for all attendees as part of their ticket price (drinks excluded) at Mooloolah Valley Country Club.

10/06/22 – Day 2 – We will be attending local native turf supplier I Love Turf which will include a drone presentation at Coochin Creek.
Breakfast @ 8:00am
Conclusion @ 11:30pm
Attendees to make their own way to and from the venue and breakfast will be provided.

The cost for this event for current members is $30. For non-members, the cost is $50 for the event or $85 for the event plus a 12-month individual membership. Membership allows access to all previous webinars, presentations and links.

CLICK HERE to get your tickets!!!

The Southern Queensland Land Rehabilitation Group (SQLRG) is a volunteer network of like minded people promoting best practice in the rehabilitation of disturbed land. 

During the year, workshops are held to present current research, site projects and product updates. On the second day a field trip to a nearby rehabilitated site allows a practical situation to be presented and discussed.

The success of SQLRG is partly due to the variety of people who attend, including environmental managers/officers, industry representatives, government officers, conservation volunteers and specialist consultants.


Join the Southern Queensland Land Rehabilitation Group. Memberships run in 12 month increments.


Sponsorship of the SQLRG is encouraged. Your logo will be displayed on this website and can be displayed at workshops.

Connect with Us

Our Sponsors

    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop