About BRAIN

Brisbane Rainforest Action and Information Network (BRAIN) is a Brisbane City Council sponsored bushcare group. The focus of the group is the regeneration and rehabilitation of rainforest in sites around Brisbane. Many of the activities are hands-on, and include:

Weeding out exotic invasive plant species;
Replanting with local rainforest species;
Maintenance of regenerating areas;
Seed collection and propagation;
Species identification; and
Community education.

BRAIN is also active in developing and sharing information with like-minded groups.

Activities have included rainforest gardening workshops plus rainforest bush tucker (so popular we repeated it), trips to Green Island, Smith's Scrub, Enoggera Scientific Reserve, Enoggera Reservoir, Lloyd Bird's garden, seed collecting at various locations, seed collection workshop, plant swaps etc.

This site is managed by Robert Whyte, ToadShow, for Habitat Brisbane, Brisbane City Council and BRAIN members.

The previous version was designed by Brenda Williams and was maintained by Jan McNicol and Daryll Bellingham.

The current site features Toadal Control 2.1 a content management system by ToadShow Pty Ltd, a local multimedia company. As well as providing this web site free of charge, ToadShow sponsors several not-for-profit, environment and community web sites including Save Our Waterways Now and Greening Australia Queensland Nursery.

Save Our Waterways Now (SOWN) - Catchment group for Enoggera Creek.
Greening Australia Queensland Nursery - Features an excellent plant search