A Bit About Me

Troy Robbins

I have been caring for and protecting the wildlife and habitats of Moreton Bay for more than 30 years

My work is heavily influenced by my affinity with the marine environment, in particular Moreton Bay. I have seen the positive and negative impacts of human intervention which directly affects the natural ecology and nature’s constant and ever changing evolutionary practices.

S.O.S Koalas Wild Orphans

A Documentary produced by One Planet in 2011

This documentary highlights the affect development is having on the koala population in Redland City

French – English Dub

The Song

The song that started it all

Troy shares his passion for the environment though many different mediums. This song encapsulates Troy’s feelings towards the proposed development at G.J. Walter Park.

Coral in Toondah Harbour

Shows some of the beautiful coral that is just off Toondah Harbour and will be destroyed with the current development application.

Live Stream

We streamed live from key locations around the redlands to show the amount of litter that is making its way into our bay. This live stream took place on the 25th of October 2015

Flyover - Toondah Harbour

Thanks to Redlands 2030 – Model View Flyover of the Walker/Council/State Master Plan for the Toondah Harbour PDA development as at Dec 2015

Cassim Island

Commerce vs. Ecology

Blakesleys Litter 2014

Moreton Bay Madness

Our plead to Karl

Two Lives

Where is Moreton Bay?

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