Ecotourism & Sustainable Development
Secure a BIEPA presence in development of the proposed Discovery Centre.
Mitigate the impact of increased traffic over the new bridge.
Mitigate the impact of 4WD traffic on the National Park's Coral Sea beach.
Raise visibility of DA decisions not aligned to MBRC's Environment & Sustainability Strategy.
Team leaders responsible for coordinating projects and reporting to the Management Committee:
Cecelia (CC) Wilson
Team members actively engaged in driving projects to reach goals:
Team helpers who get involved when they can:
To be a member of this team you must be a BIEPA member, able to commit some of your time to work on progressing projects, and be on WhatsApp to keep in touch between meetings. Alternatively you can be a helper, getting involved in activities but not driving projects.
Team members are running these projects to reach the team's goals — anyone can be a helper on activities.
Fighting Damaging DAs
We are getting to grips with the planning system and challenging Development Applications that will have a significant detrimental impact on native habitat and wildlife on Bribie Island and surrounds.
We work with local government to promote nature-based tourism as a way to protect nature on Bribie Island by making it a vital asset for local businesses.