Focusing expertise, wisdom & enthusiasm for the benefit of Moreton Bay
Our vision is for Moreton Bay to be an international treasure, known for its excellent environmental health, biological diversity, and ecological sustainability, its innovative robust and resilient economy, and its Indigenous culture and heritage.
Moreton Bay is a unique jewel of biodiversity, cultural heritage, and aesthetic beauty; not on a local scale but on a world scale. We should all be concerned about preserving it, and the work of The Moreton Bay Foundation will give the Bay the voice it needs!
We would welcome you joining our voice in protecting Moreton Bay for current and future generations.
TMBF’s work is informed by the most robust, credible research and evidence available.
TMBF is independent and nonpartisan. It fosters informed, expert assessments of public policy proposals.
TMBF acts with integrity in all that it does. It is transparent, accountable and ethical, placing a high value on strong governance, and always acting in the strategic best interests of Moreton Bay.
TMBF collaboratively works with a broad range of stakeholders, sharing expertise and wisdom to collectively benefit Moreton Bay.
The Moreton Bay Foundation acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands of and around Moreton Bay. The Foundation pays respect to their Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledges the important role Traditional Owners play within Moreton Bay communities.
Top banner image credits:
Pod of pelicans in rain, North Stradbroke Island, © copyright 10-2-2017, Lucy Trippett, Moreton Bay Research Station
Kangaroo, North Stradbroke Island, © copyright 2-4-2016, Lucy Trippett, Moreton Bay Research Station
Blood-red feather star, Straddie, © copyright Cedric van den Berg, UQ PhD student
Biscuit Starfish (Pentagonaster duebeni), Straddie, © copyright Chris Roelfseama, UQ Lecturer
Three pelicans on sand, North Stradbroke Island, © copyright 5-2-2017, Lucy Trippett, Moreton Bay Research Station