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Friends of Warrandyte State Park

The group meet each Thursday morning from 10.00 am to 12.30 pm at Warrandyte State Park Office, Pound Road, Warrandyte (Melway ref: 23 D10).

This is a very active propagating group, performing all nursery management activities, including seed collection and plant identification. Local native plants grown in the nursery are used to revegetate and restore the Warrandyte State Park and Yarra River. Bring rubber gloves. Morning tea provided.

For information from Parks Victoria, contact Ranger Jodie Godfrey, ph. (03) 9844 2659.

Contact details

Address: PO Box 220, Warrandyte 3113
Contact: Lyndy Gilbert



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