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Kalowerama Community Fireguard Group

Associated with the Dandenong Ranges National Park.

Contact: Parks Victoria Ranger Trevor McIntosh
Phone: (03) 9757 7777

Koetong Shelley Development Association Inc.

For information from Parks Victoria, contact Ranger Scott Thomson on (02) 6071 5301. This group is associated with the Alpine National Park.

Address: PO Box 6, Koetong VIC 3704
Contact: Lyn Coulston
Phone: (02) 60727531
Email: lyn.coulston@bigpond.com

The first get together of the new Friends of Vaughan Springs Click to view the news RSS feed.

New Friends for Vaughan Springs

23 Jun 2014

Around thirty people met for lunch and discussion at Vaughan Springs recently to mark the start of its new Friends group. Parks Victoria’s Noel Muller and Heritage Officer Catherine Bessant were also there to discuss the group’s ideas and work program. Friend’s member Jenny Morton says they now have about…

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StoryTime – Flame Robin

10 Jul 2014 10:00am-10:45am

How did the Flame Robin get his red chest? Stories and fun craft activities for children aged 3-5 years and their families.

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Bush Tucker

10 Jul 2014 1:00pm-2:30pm

Celebrate NAIDOC Week by learning about some Australian plants eaten by Indigenous people and explore the bush foods garden at the Yiruk Wamoon Keeping Place.

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Bandicoot Night Watch

10 Jul 2014 5:30pm-10:00pm

Come and discover Melbourne's nocturnal wildlife on this behind the scenes spotlight tour. We will be looking out for the Eastern Barred Bandicoots and learning about the program to save them from extinction. We start the evening with spectacular sunset views from Gellibrand Hill, followed by an Aussie BBQ under…

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Junior Ranger – Guess Who?

11 Jul 2014 10:00am-11:30am

In small teams, solve fun challenges and uncover clues to reveal the identities of some unique creatures that live from shore to sea in Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park.