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Friends of Herring Island

Friends of Herring Island meet on the first Sunday of each month. Visit www.herringisland.org for conservation day dates and times.

Bring along a trowel, small spade or small mattock for planting.

Planting is undertaken in June, July and August and weeding and general maintenance is undertaken from September until May.

Contact at Parks Victoria is Ranger Julian Stockbridge, ph. (03) 9426 4666.

Contact details

Address: 7 Shamrock Street, Richmond 3121
Contact: Damian Curtain
Phone: (03) 9428 8620
Email: barker_sv@yahoo.nospamhere.com.au
Website: www.herringisland.org

 

 

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