Worlds End Pocket is an area along the Brisbane River at Pine Mountain, north of Ipswich. It contains one of the largest protected areas of lowland dry rainforest remaining in southeast Queensland, an area known as Cameron’s Scrub. This is preserved within the Kholo Enviroplan Reserve and the adjacent Corbould Land Trust (Sapling Pocket) Reserve. Extensive areas of rainforest and rainforest regrowth also occur in neighbouring rural properties, one of which I’m fortunate to own. Join me as I share my experiences with restoring what is currently a weed-infested patch of regrowth into what will hopefully become a diverse area of intact dry rainforest. This blog is partly intended as a diary for myself as well as a guide to anyone else interested in the nature of the Pine Mountain area, or the drier rainforests of southeast Queensland in general.