Peaks to Points – Week Two Highlights
The Peaks to Points Festival is a biennial, regional, environmental festival that celebrates the natural areas on the south side of the Brisbane River from Flinders Peak in the west, to the points of Moreton Bay – Point Halloran, Wellington Point and Victoria Point. The festival aims to raise awareness of the importance of the creeks and natural areas of the region.
So you can dive deep into the natural wonders of the region, the festivities continue across the fortnight with plenty to tackle in week two. Go bird spotting at Cliveden Recreation Reserve, explore Whites Hill Reserve, go on a guided walk through Karawatha Forest, get your hands dirty at a compost and worm workshop, hike to the peak of Mount Grandchester, plant some trees at Cribb Park in Ipswich and discover nocturnal animals at White Rock Spring. There’s much more to discover – to see the complete program, visit the Peaks to Points Festival website.
Peaks to Points Festival is proudly supported by Brisbane City Council.