Bushy Park Wetlands is a linear section of parkland running along the Dandenong Creek. Originally this area was timbered with Yarra Gum (Eucalyptus yarraensis) but …
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Bushy Park Wetlands
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Bushy Park Wetlands is a linear section of parkland running along the Dandenong Creek.
Originally this area was timbered with Yarra Gum (Eucalyptus yarraensis) but was cleared by early European settlers. You will still see cattle being grazed in the northern section to maintain the rural heritage and to manage the quantity of pasture.
08 May 2013
Parks Victoria is undertaking fuel reduction works along Arthurs Seat Road over the next few weeks including the manual removal of woody weeds such as Boneseed, Sweet Pittosporum and Sallow Wattle across parts of the northern face of Arthurs Seat. The fuel reduction works form part of Parks Victoria’s …