Three men arrested by anti-bikie taskforce

Kilos of ice, cocaine and MDA seized

Police have seized huge quantities of ice, cocaine and MDA following three separate operations targeting organised crime in the South East.

The first took place on Tuesday, when officers pulled a car over on the Pacific Motorway on the Gold Coast, heading back to Queensland from New South Wales.

A search of the vehicle allegedly uncovered five kilograms of meth, and two kilograms of cocaine, hidden in a sophisticated concealment system.

A 37-year-old was expected to be charged with serious drug offences over that one.

Then on Thursday, detectives raided a home at Meldale, north of Brisbane, where they allegedly uncovered two kids' wading pools and three stainless steel tubs full of MDA.

A 38-year-old man was charged with drug trafficking, production and possession to appear in Caboolture Magistrates Court on Friday

In a third and separate incident, police arrested a 44-year-old Gold Coast man, who they claim is a member of the Mongols bikie gang.

He was due to reappear in court in Southport on Friday after a brief mention the previous day, charged with stalking, domestic violence and willful damage offences.