Our Area: Birkdale North & Thorneside

Show your support!

Our Local Community is held together by volunteers working on committees.
Below are some of the groups whose incredible teamwork creates our village.
Feel free to offer your support, join their membership or to show respect.

Community Groups

Environmental Groups

Bushcare Groups in Division 10


Helen Street – Willard Weber Reserve (Last Saturday of Month)
Penny Lane – Off Fisher Road (Third Saturday of Month 2pm)
Frank Street – (Second Saturday of Month 8:30am)


Birkdale Bush – Burbank Rd/Palgold Ct (Last Sunday of Month 8am and 2pm winter)
Mary Street – Near Scout Den (First Sunday of Month)

Sporting Groups

Football/Soccer: Mooroondu Football Club – Junior & Seniors Program

Netball: Raiders Netball Club – Mooroondu Sport & Recreation Club, Thorneside

Cricket: Wello Wildcats Cricket Club – (Youth, Girls & Seniors Teams)
Mooroondu Sport & Recreation Club, Thorneside

Tennis: Thorneside Tennis Club – (BOOK A COURT)

Paddling: Wynnum Redlands Canoe Club – (About Membership) 2 Railway Parade, Thorneside

Swimming: Birkdale Breakers – Birkdale State School

Local Faith Groups

Anglican Parish of Waterloo Bay – St Georges Church, Victor Street, Thorneside

Birkdale Baptist Church – 1 Jones Road, (Cnr Old Cleveland Road East)

St Mary Mackillop Parish –12 Hardy Road, Birkdale

The Point Church – Thorneside Community Hall

Christadelphian Church – 1 Napier Street, Birkdale

Neighbourhood Watch Groups

St James’s Park Estate Neighbourhood Watch is the only known NHW group in this area. It covers the St James’s Park Estate and area known as “the heights” at the top of the estate. People living in this area are encouraged to attend regular meetings to discuss matters of local safety and coordinate events to help connect local neighbours. They have a closed local facebook group and also a regular newsletter. The group’s primary focus is to support a safe and connected community, helping each other in times of need, and creating a trusted network of neighbours.

Neighbourhood Watch is run by a not-for-profit national organisation in conjunction with local police jurisdictions. For support to set up a local group please contact me.