Some good news.
Seagrass has not been seen on Nudgee Beach for many years. See the below graph.
Nudgee Beach is located in Bramble Bay and WPSQCCS have been monitoring this site since 2003.
A WPSQCCS seagrass monitoring team on the 23 March 2019 found several patches of seagrass within the inundated gutters on the beach.
Both Zostera muelleri ssp. capricorni and Halophila ovalis were found on the beach. See the below photographs.
This comes with recent news that local scientists had found sub-tidal seagrass recovering within Deception Bay, just to the North of Bramble Bay.
While the patches of seagrass found at Nudgee Beach are small they appear healthy and therefore it may signify some form recovery, which is encouraging.