Oxley Creek Common Tree Day Site Details

Oxley Creek Common

The aim of our work at Oxley Creek Common is to improve the quality and width of riparian habitat along the creek. Oxley Creek Catchment Association and the Tuesday Common Carers have been working at the parkland to reduce weeds and improve the quality of habitat for preservation of local flora and fauna. The site has been impacted over the years by clearing, edge effects and flooding which has reduced the width of the riparian habitat corridor and introduced a range of weed species. We will be planting native species endemic to the area in and around sites currently being cleared of weeds by the Tuesday Common Carers (a weekly Bushcare Group operating at the site). By planting out these zones we hope to reduce the likelihood of weed species occurring. This event will be undertaken as part of the Peaks to Points Festival, a 2 week celebration of local community efforts to care for the creek catchments along the southern side of the Brisbane River.

Wildlife Corridors Native Animal Habitat Rivers, Wetlands, Waterways


Sunday, 01 August 2021

8:30am to 11:00am


Oxley Creek Common


QLD 4106



Site Organiser

Camilla Duff Burford

RSVP Contact

Camilla Duff Burford

073345 5541

Suitable for Children


Accessible for Disabled



The planting will be held at Oxley Creek Common, located on Sherwood Road, Rocklea. Participants are to meet at the large Red Shed within the parkland and will then walk with volunteers out to the planting site.


Volunteers are advised to wear appropriate clothing (long sleeved shirts, pants and hat) and enclosed shoes. Due to the large number of volunteers expected it is also recommended to BYO drinking water and sunscreen. Due to Covid restrctions we are currently not planning to provide refreshments. This will be reassessed closer to the event.


Gloves,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets


Hannah Franklin