The MBBA is a group of people interested in preserving and repairing the local natural environment. Anyone can join.
- To protect and conserve the natural values of the Marcus Beach area and adjacent bushland reserves
- To support the preservation of the area’s bio-diversity
- To encourage active participation of the community, natural resource managers and governing bodies in the above
You don’t need to be a member to participate in our working bees. If you’d like to help, sign up to our newsletter, contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or just turn up at one of the places shown below. Wear a hat, covered shoes and suitable clothing. Each session usually lasts about two hours.
Our weeding/planting sessions
|Marcus section National Park – first Thursday of each month
Next session: Due to unavailability of coordinators, there was no working bee on the first Thursday of November. Stay tuned for further notice.
|Peregian Creek – first and third Saturdays of each month
Next session: 18 November 2017, Peregian Creek (Beach Access 49, just north of 390 David Low Way) at 8 am.
|Marcus Beach – second Saturday of each month.
Next session: 11 November 2017, Beach Access 45, Marcus Creek, at 8 am.
Our interpretive walks
MBBA, with the assistance of the Noosa Council, has set up two signed interpretive walks through the foreshore reserves. One is at Beach Access 47, Marcus Beach, and the other at Beach Access 49, Peregian Creek. You can download leaflets describing each of the walks here.