Andersons Creek Catchment Area Landcare Group (ACCA)
Group Contact: Fritz Uhl email@example.com
ACCA work on both public and private land with a focus on weed and rabbit control, and revegetaion. The Andersons Creek Catchment includes the suburbs of Warrandyte, Warrandyte South, Park Orchards & Ringwood Nth and enters the Yarra River in Warrandyte State Park. The ACCA Committee Meetings are every 4th Tuesday of the month.
Regular Events: Every Wednesday, 10.00 am: Weed removal on Andersons Creek along Gold Memorial Rd MelWays 35E2. Tools will be provided.
Contact: Fritz Uhl 9844 3703 firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of 100Acres
10am, Last Sunday of every month: Weed removal. Meet Arundel Rd entrance MelWays 35F10
Contact: Lorraine Gale: 9876 5350 or Chris Scott: 9879 9976
Jumping Creek Catchment Landcare Group (JCCLG)
Group Contacts: email email@example.com
Tracey Wood: 9876 7383,
JCCLG is a community-based volunteer organisation that actively promotes better land usage, bush protection and pasture management. We are working on public and private land, see under projects. Jumping Creek is an important tributary which meets the Yarra River in Warrandyte State Park. Its catchment area includes part of Wonga Park, Warrandyte, Warrandyte South, Warranwood and Croydon Hills.
Friends of Warrandyte State Park (FOWSP)
Group Contact: Lyndy 1300 764422
FOWSP is a volunteer group formed in 1982 with a mutual interest in the conservation and rehabilitation of native bushland in the Warrandyte State Park. The group runs an indigenous plant nursery at the Park and also provides information on indigenous plants, weeds and various aspects of bushland conservation to the local community.
Regular Events: The Nursery is open for sales: 9.30am to 12.30pm Every Thursday and every
1st Sunday of each month from 2pm-4pm.
9.30am to 12.30pm Every Thursday: Help out at the Friends of Warrandyte State Park Nursery, Rangers Depot, Pound Bend Road, Warrandyte. Melway Ref 23 C10. Contact: Josh 0408 317 327 9.30am to 12.30pm – 1st Thursday of the month: Join the Thursday Activity Group (TAG) and work with a Ranger on conservation projects in Warrandyte State Park. Meet at the Ranger Depot, Pound Bend Road, Melway Ref 23 C10.
Wonga Park Environment Group Inc. (WPEG)
Group Contact: Phone Paulina Mardes on 9722 2332 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wonga Park Environment Group aims to conserve the original character of the area, by protecting, enhancing and restoring the natural habitat. WPEG offers a gift of 2 FREE water friendly, low maintenance, Indigenous Plants for all Wonga Park households. The group welcomes new members.