Bald Hills Bushies
Barungwarra Bushland Reserve, Bald Hills, Brisbane
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Bald Hills Bushies members meet on the third Saturday of each month at 7.00 am at the Barungwarra Bushland Reserve. We are usually finished by 9.00 AM so that it does not impact on our other personal commitments. Our members also meet socially at the Ahoy Cafe, Bald Hills Road, Bald Hills on the first Thursday of each month.  In May 2016, Bald Hills Bushies was accepted into the Brisbane City Council Habitat Brisbane programme.

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Scar Tree gets national recognition After a 2 year wait, notification has now been received from the National Trust, of the listing of our Scar tree in the National Trusts of Australia register of significant trees. Follow the link on the left for more information.

Barungwarra Bushland Reserve

Barungwarra Bushland Reserve is a restored area of environmental  significance situated in the far northern Brisbane suburb of Bald Hills. It lies alongside the Bruce Highway and was once  part of a sand mining lease and unofficial rubbish dump. It is now home to a significant selection of wildlife and has become a favourite recreational area for locals with it’s cycling and walking tracks. It is also home to Bald Hills Bushies, a group of local residents who meet once a month to help maintain and develop the area. With the help of Brisbane City Council, the Bushies have turned this, once barren area into an area to be proud of. Beds of local native trees and undergrowth are surrounded by grassed areas. Check out our ‘About‘ page

Next meeting date: third Saturday of curent month at Barungwarra reserve.

Bald Hills Bushies is a bush care group supported by the Habitat Brisbane section of Brisbane City Council

© B. Clifford for Bald Hills Bushies 2019 Tree beds are referenced by the name used by busties to identify them. Names and locations of these beds are indicated on the maps.