Merri Creek Management Committee

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung People of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land of the Merri Merri.

Ngarri djarrang spring tour 14 November 2020Sunday 23 May, 10am-12.30pm

Meet at the corner of Davidson St and Orchid Ave, Reservoir - see Google map.
Help restore the endangered grasslands of Ngarri-djarrang and set up seed orchards for threatened grassland plants.
Funded by a Darebin City Council Medium Grant to Friends of Merri Creek and supported by MCMC.

  • Each attendee is asked to do a symptom self-assessment prior to leaving home and not attend if they are unwell or have been instructed to isolate or quarantine.
  • Attendees must maintain at least 1.5m physical distance between those from other groups at all times.
  • To minimise movement, attendees must stay within their allocated spaces or seats where practical.
  • Requirements for face covering, observe cough etiquette and personal hygiene measures.

 Also see our COVID-Safe Plan for this event.

Wurundjeri panel - featureSee a web version of these fabulous panels which celebrate the outstanding community achievement since 1975 in transforming Merri Creek from a weed-smothered drain to a much-loved waterway running through a bushland corridor: fronts of panels (17MB file); backs of panels (9MB file).

The two metre size panels were originally displayed at libraries and other public places throughout the Merri Creek catchment over 16 months until late 2016, in celebration of MCMC's 25th Anniversary. 

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