OBI OBI HALL

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Next Obi Surplus 6th of March

starting 9.30am

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Yoga at the hall, Tuesday, the 5th from 5.00pm until 6.00pm

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The range section of Obi Obi Rd

Taken from SUNSHINE VALLEY GAZETTE

13th February 2019

 

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Taken from SUNSHINE VALLEY GAZETTE

13th February 2019

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Madeira vine infestation through Obi Obi and Kidaman Creek 

Flowering time now, it’s cream flowers make it easy to notice

Madeira vine is now not restricted to Obi Obi Creek’s riparian zones, it is found along Obi Obi Rd from the junction of Obi Obi road and Baxter Creek Road to Cochrane lookout, growing on road side verges.

 It is a serious environmental weed that can degrade intact native forests and invade rural properties

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Below the junction of Obi Obi road and Baxter Creek Road climbing into trees from the roadside

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Obi Obi rd number 4 crossing

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Near Obi Obi Hall on road verge

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Obi Obi Rd south of Hunsley rd

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Obi Obi rd number 2 crossing

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Madeira vine and bats on Obi Obi creek opposite

Obi Obi number 2 campgrounds (Bonney Park)

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Along Obi Obi Creek further north of Obi Obi number 2 crossing

Ginger in the foreground

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Obi Obi Creek near Cochrane Lookout

For more information on Madeira vine see

https://weeds.brisbane.qld.gov.au/weeds/madeira-vine

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Australian Platypus Conservancy

If you have ever seen a platypus in the wild (either alive or dead), you possess information that is vital to our understanding of the status, distribution and conservation needs of the species. Therefore, please consider reporting the details of your sighting(s) to the Australian Platypus Conservancy

Details of platypus sightings can be reported online to the Conservancy’s Platypus Care program by going to Report a Sighting.

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African Tulip trees are now flowering in the valley

African tulip tree flowers are extremely harmfull to native stingless bees and can easily reproduce from seed or suckers forming dense stands

For more information on african tulip tree see

https://weeds.brisbane.qld.gov.au/weeds/african-tulip-tree

and effects on native stingless bees

http://www.bobthebeeman.com.au/african-tulip-tree-ebook.asp

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