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Save Bahrs Scrub community group

Last Updated on Monday, 12 March 2012 14:20

Save Bahrs Scrub

Public Meeting Invitation

Do you want to lose unique bushland with koalas, platypus and rare plants to yet more urban development?

This is the proposed fate of Bahrs Scrub.

If your answer is NO!, Gecko, LACA, BREC and Wildlife Logan invite you to attend an important public meeting to be held at:

Windaroo Valley State High School  

Beenleigh Beaudesert Rd, Windaroo

Thursday November 5, 2009 6:30 - 7:30 pm.

The four peak environment groups are determined, with your help, to protect for all time this important and unique area, and hope to establish the Save Bahrs Scrub community group. The Bahrs Scrub precinct, once proposed as a National Park, has been known for more than two decades to be a hotspot for a variety of wildlife, including koala and platypus, and rare vegetation, including newly discovered species.

Despite this knowledge, Bahrs Scrub has been fast-tracked by the SEQ Regional Plan as a Local Development Area within Logan City Council, projected to accommodate 11,000 residents.

Major conservation councils, Gecko - Gold Coast and Hinterland Environment Council, and BREC - Brisbane Region Environment Council, and peak groups, Logan & Albert Conservation Association and Wildlife Logan have come together to promote responsible outcomes for Bahrs Scrub which preserve the area's unique, extremely high conservation values and acknowledge multiple development constraints.

We need your support to Save Bahrs Scrub!

If you are interested and unable to attend this meeting please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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