|Excursion||8/2/2015||Yugarapul Park. Explore our Living Catchments||Helen Schwencke||This is the first of three events along the Bulimba Creek catchment|
||Harry Hines||Joint presentation by Harry Hines and Jesse Rowland describing the Ballow View studies and the remarkable diversity found.|
|Excursion||22/2/2015||Point Cartwright||Myriam Preker||Short afternoon walk around rockpools. Please register.|
|Excursion||8/3/2015||Mt Gravatt Outlook Reserve||Helen Schwencke||The second event along the Bulimba Creek catchment|
|Excursion||15/3/2015||Brookfield Rainforest||Barney Hines||Smith's Rainforest Nature Reserve. Steep downhill walk and car pooling.|
|Meeting||16/3/2015||Plants of the Caldera||Glen Leiper||.|
|Excursion||21/3/2015||Lord Howe Island in Autumn||tba||This tour is fully booked|
|Camp||3/4/2015||Easter Camp at Bunya Mountains||Barney Hines||Undeveloped property adjoining NP|
|Excursion||12/4/2015||Minnippi Parklands||Peter Woodall||
The third event
Learn about natural history at our meetings with talks presented by specialists from the club or from various scientific institutions, and from members exhibits. Visitors are welcome
When: 7:30 p.m. on the third Monday of each month, February to November inclusive
Note that each meeting will commence with the presentation by the guest speaker
Where: The Lecture Hall of the Royal Geographical Society of Queensland, 237 Milton Road, Milton
This is near the corner with Baroona Road and close to the Castlemaine Perkins (XXXX) Brewery. The main entrance is on Milton Road, at the end of the ramp adjacent to the Tat heological College. Convenient parking is available in adjacent streets. Milton railway station is directly opposite the building. There is a pedestrian underpass from the station.
The Club arranges at about ten field excursions each year to locations of natural history interest and tours of specialist institutions such as the Queensland Herbarium or museums. They range in duration from short, half-day, local trips through week-end camps to longer excursions lasting from one to two weeks in more remote locations. Visitors are welcome on short excursions.