Enjoy nature, find adventure along Brisbane’s longest creek
Enjoy the great outdoors in one of Oxley Creek’s numerous parklands. Find adventure in a nature-based playground, become a junior ranger to explore the local fauna and flora. Get active on one of the tracks and trails.
Seek out the white-bellied sea-eagle, yellow-rumped thornbill, striped honeyeater or mangrove gerygone. The Common is a birdwatcher’s paradise with over 200 different species of native and migratory birds visiting annually.
Help protect Brisbane’s waterways by taking part in Brisbane City Council’s Community Waterways Clean Up Program. Cleanup days are held regularly at different points along Oxley Creek. Sign up to our newsletter to find out more.
Peaks to Points festival
The Peaks to Points Festival is a 2-week-long celebration held once every two years to recognise local government and community efforts to care for creek catchments, including Oxley Creek. A range of family and kid friendly events are held throughout Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich and Redlands during the festival, with a number of key events held within the Oxley Creek corridor. The next festival is scheduled for July 2023.
Junior Ranger Program
The Oxley Creek Junior Ranger Program is a fun way for children to explore the parks and open spaces of Oxley Creek. The Warril Parkland Discovery Trail is a park-based experience, created to encourage children to explore the various features of the parkland. The 11 stops along the Discovery Trail include activities and challenges for kids of all ages, assisting them to interpret their natural surroundings by learning about the parkland’s history, animals and plants.