Upper Primary School Environmental Education Program

In past years, Kedron Brook Catchment Branch of Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland prepared an educational program on catchments and ecological monitoring. The program was tailored to schools in water catchment of Kedron Brook and was first introduced to some schools in 2007. An experienced educator and a biologist prepared two hour hands-on environmental science program.

The classroom component was facilitated either by (then) Kedron Brook Creek Ranger, a KBCB educator, or teacher, while outdoor activities are facilitated by educators experience in waterway monitoring. Go to our webpage on education in our projects section for more information.

School Resources

Most of our website sections have useful information about Kedron Brook and more broadly catchment management. These are readily linked via navigation bar just under top banner. Look particularly at ‘Bushcare Groups’, ‘Kedron Brook Environment’, ‘References’, ‘Educational Resources’, and ‘Projects’. Our ‘News and Events” section gives access to a range of specific subjects. This latter section also links to archives of KBCB-WPSQ Newsletters from ‘Downloads’ sub-section.

The following specific links point to a range of references and guidelines about Kedron Brook and catchment management in general. You’ll also find search box above most useful to poke around on this website. Don’t forget that this search box is set to find keywords exclusively on this website alone! Note that order of located links to be found by this process is not necessarily in that of most relevance to you. Skim through while reading brief descriptions for their relevance. Do play around use of different combinations of keywords in your searches.

Moreton Bay Regional Council (MBRC) Remember that although most of Kedron Brook is in Brisbane City Council (BCC) area, this council controls and nurtures a significant portion in upper reaches of stream. Their website has particularly useful information in their ‘Environment’ section.

Men of Trees (QLD) Inc (MOTT) is a non profit, non political, international society dedicated to fostering a tree sense, and planting, maintenance and protection of trees. The organisation works in both BCC and MBRC areas and in other catchments than Kedron Brook. They have been working often in Kedron Brook catchment; specifically at Cedar Creek (eastwards from Arbor Park), Bob Cassimaty Picnic Grounds and Keperra Picnic Grounds, all in Ferny Grove, and at Thomsett Park in Ferny Hills. An article by Andrew Burrows gives additional information to that on our MOTT website that covers these areas. MOTT also maintains a site at Thomsett Park off Olakuna Cresent, Ferny Hills.