Arnwood Place

Arnwood Place

Arnwood Place is a natural channel design project which extends beyond the confluence of Sandy Creek with Norman Creek to Barr Street Park.  Current work aims to control weedy vines and improve habitat; a bushcare group meets here regularly to progress rehabilitation. 

People come to Arnwood Place for all sorts of reasons: to take the dog for a walk, to spot turtles from the bridge, to enjoy the sounds of different bird calls or to look for little fish in the creek.  Other people spend time at the playground in Jessica Andrews Place, drop kids off at child care, or play football in Ekibin Park South.  To N4C, Arnwood Place is where Sandy Creek joins the main channel of Norman Creek, and where a massive rehabilitation project was started 14 years ago.  You can be part of it! 

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The current bushcare group (or ecological monitoring) has observed the following species at the site at least once.  If you have seen other animals, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Likewise if you think we have a wrong ID. 

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Just downstream from the Arnwood Place bridge, one of the creek banks had a makeover, thanks to a 2018 BCC Environment Grant. 

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Arnwood Place is breathing a bit easier with a reduction in its load of weeds, thanks to a 2023 BCC Environment Grant. 

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Graphs summarising the baseline ecological monitoring of Arnwood Place can be found here.

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Report environmental damage

Did you see something happen to our waterway?

If you see oily water, dead fish, dumping of rubbish, garden waste or tree removal on a creek bank, contact us or call Brisbane City Council 07 3403 8888

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Greenslopes DCP bushcare group needs more volunteers

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