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.