Updates

  • Street Trees – Black Sooty Mould August 2020

    You may have noticed that some of the street trees (Tuckeroo) in the estate have developed a black sooty mould. Sooty mould grows on the sugar secretion from aphids and scale. This issue has been reported to MBRC and a treatment program will commence in August to attend to the matter. Firstly the pest will […]

  • Palm Trimming and Pandanus Clean – commencing July 2020

    Elite have commenced cleaning the dead fronds from the pandanus trees as well as trimming the dead fronds from the palm trees.     Elite can only do the trees they can reach without a cherry picker.    Anything higher will need to be completed by MBRC which they will only do on major roads (Marina […]

  • Helpful residents adopt a community garden in times of less rainfall

    A big thank you to those residents who are helping the gardens to survive through the very very dry period by providing a little bit of extra water to the community gardens near their houses. The gardens are suffering terribly from the lack of rain and the Council and PHRCA are trying to provide watering […]

  • Marine Pollution Reporting

    Residents who have any concerns about pollution in the canals or any other marine environment are encouraged to report the matter as soon as possible to Maritime Safety Queensland to investigate. Contact details  :   P: (07) 53732306 | F: (07) 54446697 Email:  VTSBrisbane@msq.qld.gov.au   Below are photos of a recent Diesel spill in Pacific Harbour Canal

  • Path Cleaning – June 2020

    You may have noticed that the PHRCA have engaged a contractor to clean the pathways in the parks and walkways.     The areas that are being cleaned are exposed aggregate and flagstone paths.       You will see the difference from the photo below showing a half done section. Kakadu, Osprey Island and Dolphin Cove […]

  • Do you own a Vacant Block ?

    Pacific Harbour is a premier award winning residential development with extensively landscaped streets, entry statements, parklands, pathways and canal waterways for the enjoyment of all residents.    The PHRCA strives to keep the Estate looking at its best. Unfortunately, there are some vacant blocks that are becoming unkempt and this reflects on the whole area and becomes a frustration […]

  • CDM Maintenance actioned : Jan – Jun 2020

    Kakadu Beach deteriorated signage replaced – 28.01.20 Sea Eagle Park refix flagstones – 22.01.20 Eagles Landing replace missing fence caps – 22.01.20 Harbourside Park remove dead tree – 9.01.20 Repair soil erosion into Dux Creek Reserve – 29.01.20 Paint decorative bollards Eagles Landing – 18.02.20 Remove rubbish from greenway – 3.02.20 Remove dead tree in […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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.