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Friends of the Gorge

The group meet at the park office on the last Saturday of the month and work from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm in various locations throughout Plenty Gorge Park. The park office is located at 40 Gordons Road South Morang (Melway ref: 183 H8).

The group contribute to the preservation and enhancement of the natural environment through tree planting, nest box programs, weeding and variety of other activities.

Contact details


Contact: Parks Victoria Ranger Mick Francis
Phone: (03) 9407 9900

 

 

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