Environmental Events and Activities Program

Council's Environmental Events and Activities Program provides many opportunities for residents to attend and participate in environmental events and workshops. 

You will learn about Logan's natural environment, meet new people and have fun!

The popularity of the program is increasing every year and bookings have become essential with reserve lists of people for nearly every workshop.


The Free Environmental Events and Activities program is an increasingly popular Environment and Sustainability Branch initiative that operates over six month cycles throughout the year (January-June/July-December). 


Please contact Council's Environment and Sustainability Branch on 3412 4491 for enquiries relating to the Environmental Events and Activities Program. 

Download the Environmental Events and Activities Program for July to December 2015 (PDF 2021 KB)

Additional Environmental Events

Putting a spotlight on mangroves 

Join MangroveWatch James Cook University Scientists Jock Mackenzie and Dr Norm Duke who will enthuse you with their info-packed presentation on the results of the Shoreline Video Assessment mangrove surveys.

Where: Kimberley College, 5-41 Kruger Road, Carbrook 

When: Wednesday 19 August, 6.30pm - 9pm (Doors open from 5.30pm)

Please contact Debra Henry, Wildlife Queensland Coastal Citizen Science Project Officer on 0439 914 631 or debrahenry@wildlife.org.au.

If you would like to be added to Council's Environmental Events and Activities mailing list, please contact environment@logan.qld.gov.au or phone the Environment and Sustainability Branch on 3412 4491.