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Friends of Braeside Park

The group meet at Braeside Park in Dingley (Melway ref: 88 D8) on the 1st Saturday, 1st Monday, 3rd Wednesday and 3rd Sunday of each month from 10.00 am to 12.00 pm.

They propagate native plants for revegetation work at Braeside Park.

Morning tea is provided.

Contact details

Address: PO Box 608, Braeside 3195
Contact: Parks Victoria Ranger Des Lucas
Phone: (03) 9265 7300
Email: information@braesideparkfriends.org.au
Website: www.braesideparkfriends.org.au

 

 

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