Community volunteers care for and advise on the development, management and maintenance of the 23 ha of diverse parklands. The Masterplan (2004) adopted the over-arching name Heatherdale Creek Parklands (incorporating Simpson Park, Somers Trail, Heatherdale Reserve, The Heatherdale Ponding Basin, Avon Reserve and the Ferris Avenue Drainage Reserve).
Participation projects include a focus on remnant bushland revegetation and regeneration to enhance natural habitat.
Residents, young and old, students and groups are welcome to volunteer, participate and partner in the protection of open space, natural environment, passive and other benefits of the parklands' community assets.
Monthly meetings with speakers connected with herbs. All are welcome.
Whitehorse City Council has land available for residents who wish to garden in their spare time in a social atmosphere. The gardens are at Jolimont Road, Forest Hill, and Slater Reserve, North Blackburn.
Please contact David Brown on 9884 2200.
The Nunawading Park and Wildlife Reserve Action Group aims to preserve what is left of open space and currently reserved parkland in the northern half of Nunawading for the enjoyment and passive recreation of the local community.
Precinct BS5 S O S aims to preserve the key built form characteristics and preferred Neighbourhood Character, Open Space and reserved parkland of the Bush Suburban Precinct BS5 in the Northern half of Nunawading for the benefits and passive recreation of this local community
379-397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading, Victoria 3131Australia
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