POSTPONED – Native Vegetation & Fire Management Planning Workshop


POSTPONED – Fire Management Planning – Info Night & Workshop

Due to the current fire situation in QLD and QFES’ commitment to these fires, we have had to postpone the information session that was to be held tomorrow evening. We will endeavour to find a date to run the session before the end of the year or early next year and will communicate this through the normal channels.


Thank you for understanding


Any questions feel free to contact us


The Team at Healthy Land & Water



What’s it all about?

Come along to learn more about your land, native vegetation and biodiversity values and get support to develop Maps and Management Plans for your property. This workshop will provide you with the information and tools to help you protect and manage the risks from fire, weeds & pests and inappropriate practices on your most valuable asset – your land and home.  

Topics will include:

  • Understanding your land types
  • Understanding native vegetation and the plants and animals it supports
  • Property Mapping
  • Tools to help you develop a Property Plan
  • Fire Management planning advice for your property
  • Managing weeds & pests, grazing and erosion.

 Who should attend?

Landholders interested in improving the condition your land and native vegetation and managing risks from fire, weeds and pests on their properties.


Attendance to the Fire management information night on Wednesday 13th November, 6pm to 8.30pm at the Kilcoy Visitor Centre is a pre-requisite to attend this workshop. 


For more information, please contact

Bruce Lord 0427 013 284,


Craig Weldon, 0437 726 279,


Samille Loch-Wilkinson 0400 910 128,

This event is supported by Healthy Land and Water through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.