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Friends of Colby Drive

Friends of Colby Drive work in a small area containing important habitat for threatened species with diverse remnant native vegetation and habitat heritage values. Activities include Water Watch (includes children), weed removal and revegetation.

Associated with the Dandenong Ranges National Park.

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Contact: Parks Victoria Ranger Linda Bryant
Phone: 03) 8427 2090

 

 

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Recycled plastic makes a splash at Kings Billabong

16 Nov 2017

A recycled plastic canoe launcher has been installed at Kings Billabong Park near Mildura, making it easier to get canoes in the water, reducing waste to landfill and protecting the banks of the billabong.Sustainability Victoria has highlighted the innovative design in a case study to show how state government agencies…

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What was that?

17 Nov 2017 8:30pm - 28 Dec 2017 8:30pm

This is an exciting journey through Werribee Mansion at night, with a historical focus.

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Down to Earth

18 Nov 2017 8:30pm - 2 Dec 2017 10:00pm

An immersive fun experience. A roaming play filled with scary elements, comedy and history at the historic farm at Werribee Park.

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TROP Walk - Sparkes Lookout

19 Nov 2017 9:30am-11:30am

Some steeper climbs but each walker can choose degree of difficulty. The track overlooks Squeaky Beach, the Glennie Islands Group (which is a nature reserve), and a wildlife sanctuary where in the summer months short tailed shearwaters and little penguins nest in their many thousands.

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Portsea Craft Market

26 Nov 2017 9:00am-2:00pm

Set amongst the historic buildings of the Quarantine Station, this popular market offers over 250 stalls showcasing local produce, crafts, food and entertainment. Follow the meandering path through the stalls, stopping to have a chat to the bakers, makers and growers along the way.