Friends of Werribee Park
The Friends of Werribee Park (FOWP) supports an altruistic environment for volunteers enabling the development of skills and knowledge for individual growth supporting our quest for excellence and optimum effectiveness at Werribee Park. FOWP members are committed to each other and to the best interests of Werribee Park and are valued for their contribution.
The Friends of Werribee Park (FOWP) is constituted to:
- support and assist Werribee Park management and staff in their pursuit of providing a world class tourism venue at Werribee Mansion and surrounds
- assist in the maintenance and development of all facets of Werribee Park
- ensure that the heritage and historic values of Werribee Park are preserved
- ensure that the natural flora and fauna and the developed grounds of Werribee Park are protected and preserved
- provide education and information to the community about the role and importance of Werribee Park to Victoria’s cultural heritage.
For more information from Parks Victoria, contact the Werribee Park Volunteer Liaison Officer, Helen Hopkins on (03) 8734 5171.
Address: 320 K Road, Werribee VIC 3030
Contact: Sue Thompson (Secretary)
02 Dec 2016
Nazim Erdem in conjunction with Parks Victoria and spinal cord injury organisations Independence Australia and Spire (a division of AQA Victoria Ltd.), is reminding Victorians to think before they jump or dive from piers and jetties this summer to minimise the risk of spinal cord injury. At the age of…
24 Sep 2016 8:00pm - 17 Dec 2016 8:30pm
Down to Earth is a theatrical production performed at the Werribee Park farm at night. Set in 1862 it combines the history of the farm with interactive comedy and scary elements. Suitable ages 10 and up. Dates available 24 sept, 14, 22 October, 4 November 9 and 17 December.
4 Nov 2016 8:30pm - 28 Feb 2017 8:30pm
A highly entertaining theatrical performance that takes you through the restored historic farm at Werribee Park. It's scary, fun and based on the history of the farm.
11 Dec 2016 9:00am-11:00am
Carpark maintenance. Morning tea provided.
18 Dec 2016 9:30am-12:00pm
Starting at the Five Mile car park, this track passes through open banksia and stringybark woodland to Millers Landing and Corner Inlet. The landing protects the southernmost stand of mangroves in the world. The aim of the TROS walk is to raise awareness about the project - it is not…