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Friends of Dandenong Valley Parklands Inc

The group hold an Indigenous Botanic Garden Working Bee which includes some weed removal and provides a great opportunity to sharpen native flora indentification skills.

Bring gardening gloves, hat, morning tea and drinking water.

Contact Parks Victoria Ranger Vanessa Bluett on (03) 8544 1555.

Friends of Dandenong Valley Parklands are also active in Jells Park, Shepherds Bush, Nortons Park, Bushy Park Wetlands and Koomba Park.

Contact details

Address: 95 Shepherd Rd, Glen Waverley 3150
Contact: Bryan Loft
Phone: (03) 9561 2381
Website: dandenongvalleyfriends.org.au/

 

 

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Paying the price for illegal rubbish dumping

19 May 2016

A Heyfield man has been fined for dumping rubbish in the Glenmaggie Nature Conservation Reserve, between Heyfield and Seaton, earlier this month. The man was investigated under section 45E (1) of the Environment Protection Act 1970 for depositing rubbish without authority. The man admitted to the offence and had a…

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What's on at Albert Park

1 Jul 2015 12:00am - 30 Jun 2016 12:00am

A wide variety of events are held at Albert Park throughout the year. Events range from fun runs and sporting tournaments to other community events. See the full calendar here.

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Public planting day and information session

29 May 2016 10:00am-12:00pm

As a 20 Million Trees Programme service provider, CO2 Australia is working with Parks Victoria to restore 1,200 ha of endangered Buloke Woodlands within the Murray-Sunset National Park. We will be planting more than 1,440,000 native trees on two sites—Taparoo Road and Pink Lakes. Local Landcare groups and members of…

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Murrindal Cave Tour

27 Jun 2016 1:00pm-2:30pm

A rare opportunity to visit spectacular caves located to the north of Buchan. Be prepared for something very special. The tour requires a 14km drive north of Buchan and a reasonable level of fitness. Discounts apply for multiple tours.

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Which Roo Are You?

28 Jun 2016 9:30am-11:00am

Ever wondered why the Kangaroos at the Prom wear collars and ear tags? Join a ranger to learn about the latest research on Eastern Grey Kangaroos.