Topic:

Bribie’s Cane Toad Challenge

Speaker:

Anita Walker

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!

We are excited to be stimulating your brains at our first encounter with you for 2019. So we hope you are over all your Christmas / New Year celebrations and indulgences because your cognitive processes need to be in full gear for Monday 28th January!!!.

See attached POSTER to prepare you.

Looking forward to seeing you all after a relaxing seasonal break.

From your BIEPA Management Committee

REFER TO ATTACHED POSTER FOR MORE INFORMATION.
POSTER January 2019

Monday 26/11/18

Topic:

Bribie’s (environmental) History

Speaker:

Barry Clark

The BIEPA Management Committee is looking forward to welcoming you to our last meeting for 2018. (7pm Monday 26th November in the ANZAC Room at the Bribie RSL)

We have arranged for some culinary goodies for you to enjoy at the end of the meeting while you socialise and reminisce about our experiences and adventures over the past year.

It’s been a roller-coaster year full of excitement and challenges as we celebrated our 40th Anniversary and continued with our mandate to “Care for Bribie Island’s special habitat and its residents”.

We are looking forward to another wonderful presentation on Bribie’s history with an environmental slant from Barry Clark.

REFER TO ATTACHED POSTER FOR MORE INFORMATION.
POSTER BIEPA GenMtg 26_11_18

POSTER BIEPA GenMtg 26_11_18

Our BIEPA meeting with a difference was held at the Bribie Seaside Museum as a 10am morning meeting.
Our planned Guest Speaker, Jaimie Robertson from Healthy Land and Water could not make it – he has been asked to meet with our Minister for the Environment – Hon Leanne Enoch.  What an excuse!
Happily, we had Brett Depper , District Manager, Queensland Boating & Fisheries Patrol from the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (Queensland Government) attending our meeting, and he agreed to make a presentation as our Guest Speaker.

Monday 24/09/18

Topic: The Exploits of TAPP Members

Guest Speaker: Ken Mewburn, President TAAP

BIEPA has had a representative attend a TAPP meeting and they are a very motivated and active group.

At the most recent Pumicestone Catchment Network meeting, held at Beerwah, Ken gave an exceptional account of TAPP’s concerns for the Pumicestone Passage, particularly the impacts from increased developments and not only the environmental impacts from unsustainable population growth but the associated the recreational impacts on the Passage.

Attached is this month’s poster for the meeting as well as a link to the Pumicestone Passage Action Plan, 2013 – 2016 for your information.
https://seqmayors.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Pumicestone-Passage-Action-Plan1.pdf

POSTER September 2018

Monday 27/08/18

Topic: Bribie Wild Flowers

Guest Speaker: Allan Carr

Poster Aug 2018