Centenary and District
Environment Action&Friends of SEQ
Government reneging on promise for public land for Wacol.
Does Premier Bligh want Wacol’s kangaroo population to suffer slow death from development?
In 2006 then Premier Beattie promised the community that 200 hectares of State government owned land in SW Brisbane suburb of Wacol would be used as “public recreation and open space”, once the Tick Fever Centre which is currently there is moved to another location (later this year).
The current Bligh government is reneging on this promise, click here for details.
In 2007, Friends of Pooh Corner condemned planned mass shooting of Kangaroos at Wacol and Pooh Corner. See More
BACKGROUNDWhere is Pooh Corner?
Overview of successful campaign that saved the Pooh Corner bushland from being sold off to developers in early 2005 by the Commonwealth Government.
See ongoing campaign to clean up
Read more about Pooh Corner. See photos of Pooh Corner below.
Bushland at Pooh Corner
Sandy Creek runs through the forest at Pooh Corner.
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