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Open Monday, Wednesday & Friday 7am – 3pm

The CREEC Community Nursery is one of three Moreton Bay Regional Council nurseries for indigenous (native) plants for this area.  this little hub-bub of action has been established for more than 12 years and provides plants for re-vegetation projects, Moreton Bay Region parks & reserves and environmental programs and members of the public.

Our volunteers work hard to propagate healthy, happy local provenance plants and other native species from seed or cuttings and are ideally suited to the soils and climate of the outer north-eastern suburbs of Brisbane.   We have native plants for:

  • Gardens & Landscapes
  • Screens and windbreaks
  • Birds & butterflies
  • Revegetation & wildlife
  • Timber & bush foods
  • Cut flowers and foliage


Help save our native wildlife, bring back diversity and support your community by purchasing hardy native tubes for only $2.00 each.

See the list of plants growing in our area - plant list
Please check our stock list to see our full range of plants currently available.



Nursery Volunteers

The volunteers can learn about the native flora of region, participate in propagating native plants and attend environmental workshops.  The nursery is also used regularly for school and community workshops and plays an important part of the CREEC Environmental and Sustainability education program.  Volunteers receive training and experience in all aspects of nursery work including seed saving, propagation of indigenous plants and Occupational Health and Safety.

Community nursery facilities include a volunteer meeting room with kitchen and adjoining pergola, administration room, seed room, tool shed, potting up area, propagation igloos, shade-house, open growing areas with benches and watering system.

To become a volunteer simply phone the Nursery Manager for more information

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