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Victoria State Rose Garden Supporters Werribee Park Inc

The group meet every Wednesday and Saturday morning from 9.00 am to 12.00 pm at Victoria State Rose Garden, K Road, Werribee (Melway ref: 201 D1). Activities include caring for roses; deadheading, pruning, and planting. The group aim to present the Rose Garden at its best for visitors to enjoy. Bring secateurs and gloves. Contact Parks Victoria Ranger Ron Cuthbert on (03) 8734 5100.

Address: PO Box 2137, WERRIBEE 3030
Contact: Veronica O'Brien

Victorian Climbing Club

For information from Parks Victoria contact Ranger Peter Hawker on (03) 5387 1260. This group is associated with the Grampians National Park.

Address: GPO Box 1725, Melbourne VIC 3001
Phone: 0419 563 733
Email: secretary@vicclimb.org.au
Website: www.vicclimb.org.au

Victorian High Country Huts Association Inc.

The Association was formed as a direct result of the losses of High Country huts that occurred in the bushfires in January 2003. Our objectives are to care for those huts still remaining and to coordinate rebuilding activities where possible. We will establish and coordinate a system of caretaker groups to maintain existing huts using volunteers. Our activities are coordinated with Parks Victoria and Department of Sustainability and Environment staff in the Alpine National Park and related areas of Crown Land. Details of our activities and membership forms can be found on our website.

Contact: Enzo Brotto
Phone: (03) 5755 0000
Email: info@vhcha.org.au
Website: www.vhcha.org.au

Victorian Malleefowl Recovery Group

This group is associated with Wyperfeld National Park.

Address: 3 Cambridge Road, Bentleigh East 3165
Contact: Ross Macfarlane
Phone: 0417 370 371
Email: secretary@malleefowlvictoria.org.au
Website: www.malleefowlvictoria.org.au

Victorian Mobile Landcare Group Inc.

The group is associated with the Alpine National Park.

Contact: Doug Parke - Secretary
Phone: 03 9894 3807 or 0412 300 251
Email: dougparke@me.com
Website: www.vmlcg.org.au

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16 Jul 2015

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What's on for 2015-2016 at Albert Park

1 Jul 2015 12:00am - 30 Jun 2016 12:00am

A wide variety of events are held at Albert Park throughout the year. Events range from fun runs and sporting tournaments to other community events. See the full calendar here.

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Fitzroy Walking Tour: To learn about contemporary Indigenous culture and aspirations

4 Aug 2015 10:30am-12:30pm

During Wurundjeri Week, Wurundjeri Council will be running various tours on Wurundjeri Country to educate the public on different aspects of Indigenous and Wurundjeri culture. Facilitated by Uncle Colin Hunter Jnr and starting from the fig tree on Nicholson St Fitzroy (across from top of Gertrude St). Learn about the…

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Merri Creek Trail, Darebin: Learn about Wurundjeri history and the Batman Treaty

4 Aug 2015 2:00pm-3:30pm

During Wurundjeri Week, Wurundjeri Council will be running various tours on Wurundjeri Country to educate the public on different aspects of Indigenous and Wurundjeri culture. Only one treaty was ever made with Aboriginal people, and that was the Batman Treaty with the Wurundjeri people, although it was not recognised by…

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Abbotsford Convent to Dights’ Falls: Learn about Wurundjeri History and Significant Sites

5 Aug 2015 11:00am-12:30pm

During Wurundjeri Week, Wurundjeri Council will be running various tours on Wurundjeri Country to educate the public on different aspects of Indigenous and Wurundjeri culture. Facilitated by Uncle Bill Nicholson and starting from Abbotsford Convent, hear about the history of the Wurundjeri people, Dights Falls and other significant sites.

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