News, Events & Projects

  • Harbourside Park canal overflow – dead fish

    Unfortunately we have had another incident of fish dying in the Harbourside Park canal overflow.    This has been reported to MBRC who will investigate and clean up as soon as possible, which will probably take a few days.  

  • 2019 Christmas Lights Boat Parade Saturday 14th December 2019

    It’s time to check those Christmas Lights ready to decorate your boat for entry in the Pacific Harbour Christmas Lights Boat Parade.     Maybe you need some new ideas!    We’ve added a few links below to help you make this year a spectacular display. https://www.spinsheet.com/cruising/decorating-lighted-boat-parade-hints-photos-video http://puntagordaboatparade.com/decorating-workshop/ https://winterfestparade.com/how-do-i-decorate-my-boat The local residents and guest who gather at […]

  • PHRCA Palm Tree Trimming commenced 21 November 2019

    The PHRCA has arranged for Palm Trees in park areas to be trimmed of the dead fronds where possible.   Some of the palm trees are too high to reach without a cherry picker so some may be unable to be reached by the contractor.       However, overall this should help to reduce the debris […]

  • Xmas Rego

    2019 CHRISTMAS LIGHT BOAT PARADE  REGISTER FREE HERE NOW ! Get your registration in early to guarantee your spot in the boat parade.    Great prizes to be won!  Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club Vouchers (Dine, Golf or Merchandise) 1st Prize $100;  2nd Prize $75;  3rd Prize $50 Make sure you read the Information sheet […]

  • MBRC Palm Tree Trimming – October 2019

    Moreton Bay Regional Council are helping us out with Palm Tree trimming in Marina Blvd.    As residents would have seen over the last few months of windy weather, Marina Blvd is one of the worst areas for palm fronds dropping.     The Livistona Palms have now grown so tall, even council have to get […]

  • PHRCA Planting Project – Kakadu Beach September 2019

    Gap infill planting was completed at Kakadu Beach Park on Tuesday 17th September 2019.    Due to the extensive planting undertaken back in 2015 there were only a few larger gaps that required 456 plants and mulch this time around.     MBRC have undertaken to water twice a week for eight weeks to establish these […]

  • Invitation to join new dinner club “Ladies of the Links”

    A new dinner club has been established in the Pacific Harbour Golf and Country Club called The Ladies of the Links Dinner Club.  An invitation is extended to Pacific Harbour ladies to join. The objective in the formulation of the dinner club is to meet new friends and create community in a relaxed setting.   The […]

  • Spring is nearly here – watch out for ducklings and baby Plovers!

    We have plenty of little ducklings following the adults along the footpaths and across roads around Marina Boulevard at the moment.    Please take care when driving as they are often hard to spot standing in the shadows at the roads edge. Likewise the Plover chicks are very difficult to see as they dart across […]

  • Clean up and mulching of Dux Creek Green Corridor – commenced August 2019

    Moreton Bay Regional Council have commenced a clean up of the gardens along the Dux Creek Green Corridor which runs parallel with Marina Boulevard between Sylvan Beach Esplanade and Verdoni Street.        This work may take several months as it will be done in several stages.     There will be no additional cost […]

  • Seaeagle Place Park – planting and mulch – August 2019

    Now that the Developer has restored the Seaeagle Place Park gardens on the newly developed side of Osprey Island after the pump station installation, Moreton Bay Regional Council have tidied up the original gardens on the existing side of the park by infilling the gaps and mulching these areas, bringing it back to the standard […]

  • MBRC addressing some small garden issues on the estate – July 2019

    MBRC have been busy with a few small garden issues this month.    They replaced a section of verge garden along Sylvan Beach Esplanade at the Marina Blvd roundabout.   This garden had become very raised and causing problems with the mulch washing out onto the road.    Therefore MBRC decided to dig out the garden […]