We are reinforcing BIEPA's place in the community as a positive force for protecting Bribie's native flora and fauna, expanding our membership to a broader demographic to build an army of proactive volunteers working on high-impact projects.
We are protecting native wildlife along the coastal fringes of Bribie Island and surrounds from the dangers posed by litter and other marine debris.
We aim to be the Fountain of Youth for BIEPA, engaging with a broader demographic in the local community to get active volunteers who are keen to get stuck in, and building a stronger community presence.
We monitor and protect the turtles that nest on Bribie's beaches to maximise the number of hatchlings that make it to the sea.
We make sure BIEPA has a physical presence at the Rotary Markets in Bongaree, so that we raise funds, recruit members, and raise awareness of environmental issues with the local community and visitors to the island.
We aim to control and eventually eradicate cane toads (Rhinella marina) on Bribie Island.
We aim to increase public awareness of the importance of the range and diversity of our natural vegetation types.
We are demonstrating that growing beaches by planting on dunes and protecting them from pedestrian traffic is the most cost-effective and successful foreshore management practice in erosion prevention.