Southern Queensland Land Rehabilitation Group

Presentations, Dinner and Field Day

The October SQLRG workshop will be hosted at Oyster Creek, Burleigh Heads QLD. The day will include demonstrations and presentations talking about MANAGING BIODIVERSITY IN ONE OF AUSTRALIA FASTING GROWING CORRIDORS!!! 

24/10/2024 – A day of networking and presentations at the beautiful David Fleay Wildlife Park will be followed by a field tour along the M1 Upgrade between Burleigh to Palm Beach. The day will finish off with an eartly dinner at the Burleigh Town Hotel.

Confirmed speakers so far included:

  • Rick Haywood – Transport and Main Roads – Environmental initiatives on Oyster Creek Project
  • Rod Fensham – DES – Myrtle Rust
  • Brooke Larance – Seymour Whyte – Current Fire Ant challenges
  • Jean-Marc Hero – Gold Coast City Council – Nature Positive City
  • Mark Stidwell – PGW Turf – Revegetating M1 Rock Batter
  • Paul Fullwood – Construction of boardwalk at David Fleay inc environmental challenges
  • Sarah Carnell – 30 minute animal encounter

We plan to walk the creek and view the design and construction that has taken place over the past 2 years. 

Oyster Creek is a fauna corridor that connects the west to the coast. A multitude of design elements have been used to ensure connectivity is maintained for everything from fish species to endangered butterflies. 

Come check out how the creek was built and how it is going now!!!

CLICK HERE to get your tickets! We do expect them to sell out for this one so get in quick!

CLICK HERE for some accommodation options if you are planning to stay the night!

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