Written by Stephanie Haslam is a field guide to 500 local plants found throughout the Sunshine Coast, Cooloola and Fraser Island. Includes common and scientific names, aboriginal use, landscaping uses,those attractive to birds and butterflies,
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Written by Joan Heavey and Sonia MacDonald this 242 page book displays full size images of weeds and 20 of the most invasive weed grasses of the Sunshine Coast. Many are common to Cooloola, Fraser
Written by Sonia MacDonald & Stephanie Haslam 'Grasses Native and Introduced of the Noosa Biosphere Reserve & Surrounding Regions' contains A4 size images of 108 grasses, native and introduced, common to the wider Sunshine Coast
Written by Catherine Chung and Kim DeVantier and illustrated by Suzanne Bloomfield, Fussy Glossies tells the story of Calypto, a lone Glossy Black Cockatoo. This delightful children's book raises awareness of the plight of the
Noosa's Native Plants TShirt - available now! A beautiful pure cotton T Shirt printed with the design by local artist. Sizes available; Large, Xlarge, XXlarge and XXXlarge. Collect your Tshirt from NICA's office or contact
This free publication is available from NICA . A guide for gardeners on what local native plants grow well in different Eco Systems; Coastal, Sandy Heathland, Wet Eucalypt, Dry Eucalypt and Paperbark Woodland.
A planting day was held on 23rd February to re-plant an area on Cooyar St., Noosa Heads, previously covered with Singapore daisy, Lantana, Setaria grass and garden escapees. 15 volunteers dug holes and planted 250
This project is funded by Qld Government 'Everyone's Environment Grant'. NICA is to receive $100,000 over three years, starting early in 2014. This is an assault on Singapore Daisy (Sphagneticola trilobata) across the Noosa Biosphere