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Environmental Events & Activities

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 for nearly every workshop.

What's on

Check out our Winter Brochure for a range of environmental events and activities to get you warmed up during the chilly season.

Bookings

Events are run by Logan City Council for Logan residents, bookings are essential and places are limited. Booking information is contained within each event description. Links to each event and the booking details can be found within the documents above or within the below 'Upcoming events' listings (for the Health, Environment & Waste Branch events).

Alternatively you can contact Council's Health, Environment & Waste Branch on environment@logan.qld.gov.au or phone 3412 4491 for enquiries relating to the program.

E-newsletter

Council also produces an environmental events e-newsletter that provides information on Council’s environmental events and activities program and other events happening in or around the City of Logan that are run by community organisations and groups.

Submit an event to the e-newsletter or subscribe below.

Upcoming events

Jul21

Location:
Spring Mountain

Admission:
FREE

Category:
Environmental

Guided Walk - Spring Mountain Forest Park

Saturday, 21st Jul 2018 8:00am-1:30pm

As part of the Peaks to Points Festival, enjoy the spectacular views from Spring Mountain Forest Park and learn about the plants, animals and history of the Park on a morning discovery walk. The park features distinct rocky outcrops, forested ridges and escarpments, and valleys with expansive views. Spring Mountain Forest Park is the headwater for several waterways, including Oxley Creek. The walk is suitable for people with a moderate level of fitness as it covers some steep and unstable terrain but at a gentle pace. Ages: family friendly
Jul28

Location:
Spring Mountain Reserve

Admission:
free

Category:
Community; Environmental

Spring Mountain Community Planting

Saturday, 28th Jul 2018 8:00am-11:00am

A joint community planting between the Oxley Creek Catchment Association and Logan City Council. Celebrate National Tree Day by joining us to plant a tree. Event also includes live wildlife demonstrations and a free sausage sizzle for participants. Please ensure you wear enclosed footwear & sun protection.
Jul29

Location:
Eagleby Wetlands

Admission:
Free

Category:
Community; Environmental

Eagleby Wetlands Tree Planting & Bird Watching

Sunday, 29th Jul 2018 8:00am-11:00am

As part of the Peaks to Points Festival, join the Logan City Council for a morning of tree planting and bird watching at the Eagleby Wetlands. FREE Parking is available at the Oliver Sports Centre. All participants will be rewarded for their efforts with a complimentary sausage sizzle. Bookings not required. The festival features over 35 other family friend events between 14-29 July, head to the festival website for more details.
Aug4

Location:
Eagleby

Admission:
FREE

Category:
Environmental

The Buzz on Native Bees

Saturday, 4th Aug 2018 9:00am-12:00pm

Get the buzz on native bees at this educational workshop, which includes information on the social behaviour of bees, practical sessions and information on keeping native stingless bees and how to manage hives. Please bring water. Suitable for ages: 12+
Aug18

Location:
Chambers Flat

Admission:
FREE

Category:
Environmental

Snake Awareness

Saturday, 18th Aug 2018 9:30am-12:00pm

Learn some basic snake identification skills and how to safely co-exist with the snakes in your neighbourhood. This session is designed to familiarise participants with the snakes of Logan. Live snakes will be on display. Ages: Family friendly.