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10 Oct 2017
Braeside Park has the last remnants of certain native plants in the Melbourne metro area.Native Wedding Bush, Heath Wattle, Common Correa, Snow Gums, Coastal Banksia and multiple species of Wattles are all found in the park’s heathland area, which is closed to the public for conservation reasons.However, on October 15th,…