Updates

  • Trees and Gardens on council land – how do you request maintenance….

    If your property is on the boundary of a council park, walkway or easement, you may at times believe a tree or garden requires some additional work such as tree trimming or you might have a concern such as tree roots.     The correct procedure is to lodge a request with the Moreton Bay Regional Council […]

  • PHRCA Planting Project – North Point May 2020

    Infill planting was completed in North Point on 19th May 2020.    The areas included were North Point Park, North Point Park South, North Point Park North, North Point Centre gardens and North Point Canal Easement.    This stage consisted of 938 plants at the cost to the PHRCA of $7,338.65.    There will be establishment […]

  • Lawn clippings – are they good for the council gardens?

    The Moreton Bay Regional Council does not encourage lawn clipping to be added to the community gardens.  They can actually fine you for dumping your lawn clippings in these gardens.   Lawn clippings often carry weed seeds with them which only makes the job of the garden maintenance crew more difficult and a constant source of […]

  • Street Trees – who maintains them?

    Street Trees are maintained by Moreton Bay Regional Council.      They create a uniform streetscape in our area and will mostly be a Tuckeroo (Cupaniopsis anacardioides).     There is normally only one street tree per house lot. MBRC have a tree maintenance program to keep the trees trimmed and lifted above traffic height, however […]

  • PHRCA Planting Project – The Promontory April 2020

    Finally after five months of drought, followed by too much rain, the PHRCA have been able to arrange with Moreton Bay Regional Council for the next stage of infill planting within the estate.   The areas included are Whitehaven Shores Park, The Promontory Park North and South.    This planting took place on 17th April and […]

  • New park name signage – April 2020

    Have you seen the new park signs in the estate?      Moreton Bay Regional Council recently approved the names of the parks and where applicable the PHRCA are installing the name plaques which match the theme of the estate.    

  • Harbourside Park – Adult Exercise Equipment Installed April 2020

    The new Adult Exercise Equipment has been installed at Harbourside Park thanks to Moreton Bay Regional Council. The final planting and clean up of the site is currently taking place.    Unfortunately due to the Covid-19 crisis we are unable to use this equipment until further notice.  

  • Banksia Beach Neighbourhood Watch – next meeting 6 April 2020 CANCELLED

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION:      The April NHW meeting scheduled for Monday 6 April has been cancelled due to the current coronavirus club Closures.   Similarly, we have also decided not to proceed with the delivery of the newsletters since people are being asked to stay at home. At this stage it is unknown when we will be […]

  • Maintenance Standards within the PHRCA Estate

    Did you know that the PHRCA area has a different standard of infrastructure than other areas of Bribie Island?     Examples are that we have sections of exposed aggregate concrete, flagstones and pavers in our pathways, rather than just all plain concrete. When these areas need maintenance or replacing, MBRC will only replace at their […]

  • What is happening at Harbourside Park – March 2020

    The PHRCA committee are very excited that Moreton Bay Regional Council are adding the much anticipated “Adult Exercise Equipment” to Harbourside Park.      As of Monday 23rd March 2020 the Exercise Equipment has been installed, looks like another couple of weeks before everything will be ready to give it a try !

  • Marina Blvd additional garden – March 2020

    The garden along the embankment on Marina Blvd has been extended across the walkway into the Dux Creek reserve next to 16 Marina.    The reason this has been done is because the turf in this walkway had died under the trees and the soil had eroded and was constantly washing away with any rain […]

  • Skippers Canal Park – planting March 2020

    You may have noticed that there has been some infill planting completed at Skippers Canal Park this week.      Some sections of the original planting perished during last years drought conditions and the new planting species, Little Johns and Grevillea ground cover, should be able to cope should we go back to little rain. […]