Friends of Taylor Park is a group of volunteers who have been helping to maintain the park for over thirty years (since 21st July 1989). The aim of the group is to ensure the park remains a reserve for native flora and fauna and for the enjoyment of all visitors.
The major works for the Friends is weed eradication and revegetation. Weeds such as Boneseed and Serrated tussock, as well as introduced vegetation from surrounding gardens are a problem. These weeds and plants restrict the native under growth. We assist with the revegetation of the native trees and plants within the park.
We also speak out in opposition to any proposed acquisition of any section of the park for other purposes, other than for it to remain in its natural state.
The Friends work in coordination with the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC) who are the government appointed manages of the reserve.