2018 festival dates announced

It might seem like a long way off but 2018 will surely come around before we know it! Make sure you mark our 2018 festival dates in your diary – Peaks to Points will run from 14 to 29 July 2018. Stay tuned for more information closer to then! Don’t forget to sign up for […]

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Peaks to Points wraps up

The Peaks to Points festival has finished for another two years.  We certainly ended in style, with a wonderful crowd of around 2000 people coming along to the Oxley Creek Common on 31 July for Festival Family Day presented by Brisbane MarketPlace. Brisbane turned on the winter weather to produce perfect conditions for a family day […]

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First week of festival a big success

Thanks to everyone who has come along to a festival event this past week. We have been getting lots of positive feedback about the festival program, and the events to date have attracted more participants than ever before. Here are a few pics from the first week’s events.

Lachlan Grantley (Consolidated Properties), Beryl Roberts (Oxley Creek Catchment Association) and Peter Russo (Member for Sunnybank) at the official launch.

Cornerstone Living community garden launched!

Thanks to everyone who came along for the official opening of the new Cornerstone Living community garden at Coopers Plains. The space promises to be a productive and pleasant place for local residents to gather. A number of garden beds were reserved on the day of the launch – so if you want to claim […]

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New community garden launching at Coopers Plains this weekend!

Coopers Plains will be home to a new community garden this weekend, with the official launch of the Cornerstone Living Community Garden this Sunday 17 July. The new garden, which is part of a major urban renewal project known as Cornerstone Living, features 20 raised garden beds, a covered work area, compost bays, storage shed and a greenhouse. […]


Important information for Platypus survey participants

The Wildlife Preservation Society of QLD has finalised observation sites for PlatyCount 2016. The survey of local platypus populations will be conducted on Oxley Creek in the Forestdale area. If you are able to participate please register with the WPSQ by emailing mailto:platypus@wildlife.org.au Specific meeting point information will be provided upon registration. You can also contact […]

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Festival program released!

The official Peaks to Points Festival program for 2016 has just been released. Read all about the 40 wonderful events we have planned and start planning your activities. Download the Peaks to Points Festival program 2016.