Moreton Island Protection Committee Inc

MIPC
PO Box 2182
Ashgrove West QLD 4060
Ph: 07 3321 1463

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MIPC

Moreton Island Protection Committee (MIPC) is an incorporated association established in 1978 with the aim of preserving the vegetation, fauna and natural features of Moreton Island. MIPC is a voluntary, non-profit organisation deriving its funds from membership fees, fund-raising and donations which are tax-deductible. The executive meets regularly to discuss and attend to general business and decision-making.

See Statement of aims below.

Like Stradbroke and Fraser, Moreton is a sand island composed of a mass of sand retained by a rock outcrop (Cape Moreton). Moreton is 34 kms long and 10 kms at its widest point. In the mid-1990s the island was declared a national park finally revoking sand-mining leases which had existed since 1975.

Whats on ... !!!!

Annual General Meeting

1 pm 9th November 2019

Toowong Community Meeting Place, Josling St, Toowong.

Doors will open at 10 am to set up. Bring a plate to share before the meeting. Tea and coffee provided

(note there is no street number – east of Perrin park in BCC depot)

Whats on ... !!!! 2019

Aug 23-25 MIPC hosts QUT Nature Society volunteering at Blue Lagoon

Sept 6-8 MIPC hosts Doctors for the Environment Australia volunteering at Blue Lagoon

NB Fri and Sat departure

Sep 20 to 22 Volunteering at Blue Lagoon

Oct 18 - 20 Volunteers at Blue Lagoon

Nov 9th Sat AGM at Toowong


Saturday departure If unable to come on Friday it is sometimes possible to come on Saturday. Please nominate at least 2 weeks in advance so we can confirm availability of a vehicle for your transfer to Blue Lagoon.


Volunteer nominations

**Please book at least 1 week in advance**

Alan 0428783781 (text only please) or email

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all MIPC's answering service on 33211463


DEPART from 14 Howard Smith Drive, Port of Bris.

To nominate for a volunteer weekend

Activities of MIPC

Volunteers ProgrammeMIPC supports conservation and research through its volunteers program. In the past members have undertaken a 6-year plant survey looking at the effect of fire on plant communities, and been involved in many weed control and revegetation projects in conjunction with the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS).

Membership Membership is open to all who support our statement of aims. See Statement of aims below.

Newsletters Newsletters keep members informed of current management concerns for the Island also planned events including the volunteer programme.

Publications Sands of Time an oral history of Moreton, and Vegetation of Moreton Island A field guide,both published by MIPC

Reports Report required by granting bodies and submissions to government in the interests of achieving good management out comes are provided here. Through our lobbying we represent visitors and friends of Moreton who are concerned with preservation of the nature on the island

Natural History Links are provided to flora and fauna species lists, and some papers we have come across with relevance to Moreton Island. –

Links to transport and accommodation providers. To facilitate the enjoyment of caring visitors to the Island we provide some links to commercial operators on Moreton Island.

Statement of Aims

1. To promote the preservation of Moreton Island as a natural area to be managed for public recreation and enjoyment provided always that the recreational uses are consistent with conservation aims.

2. To foster the conservation of the vegetation, fauna and natural features of Moreton.

3.and encourage support for its preservation and management in accordance with these objects.

4. To co-operate with, or promote co-operation by any means with and among persons, trusts, corporations, firms, associations, institutions, governments, instrumentalities or government, municipal authorities and other bodies in the Commonwealth or its Territories or elsewhere for the purpose of carrying out any object of the organisation.

5. To oppose any development or usage of Moreton Island which is contrary to the preservation and good management of the island in accordance with these objects.

6. Generally, to take such lawful action as it considers necessary or appropriate in the interests of promoting the preservation and good management of Moreton Island in accordance with these objects.