Save Jindalee’s Waterways & Creeks by Taking Photos at The Monitoring Post

Photo credit: Brisbane Catchments Network

The Brisbane Catchments Network in collaboration with Brisbane City Council and local group Wolston and Centenary Catchments (WaCC) is encouraging locals to take photos to save Jindalee’s creeks and waterways.

Jindalee Boat Ramp 2002 Photo credit: Queensland Government

They have recently installed a new monitoring point at a pedestrian bridge at Jindalee Recreation Reserve on Wongaburra St., which can help save the local environment. This is why they are encouraging the locals to take photos and create a time-lapse digital record of the waterway.

Jindalee Boat Ramp 2017 Photo credit: Google Maps

According to the network, the photos provide a visual representation of vegetation change over time.

The other monitoring post has been installed on Osborne Road, Mitchelton. This project allows locals to contribute towards the ongoing care of local catchment groups and Habitat Brisbane Bushcare Groups restoration works by taking photos.

You can email your photos at

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