Night Eyes was originally formed over 17 years ago to keep a watchful eye over happenings in the Pumicestone Passage and surrounding areas. Most of the operation was done at night - hence the name. The operation has changed considerably with no night work (apart from emergency situations) and has grown from one or two people to an incorporated body with a membership approaching 100.
We have considered a name change many times but we have resolved to just explain there are a lot of 'eyes' watching over our local water and land. We now have a larger and more suitable boat with assistance from Queensland Community Benefit Fund allowing a larger payload and easier transport of personnel.
We are mostly mature-age volunteers."We keep a watchful eye over our wildlife, our water and land to assist our future."