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.

This jigsaw is an image from Creek Life: Flora & Fauna of the Merri Creek Valley - 2nd Edition. Artwork by Brian Bainbridge.

How to play

When you first open the puzzle you will see a number of icons in the centre of the screen. Click the OK button to start playing. You can also change the background colour and number of pieces here.

options  This button lets you start the puzzle again, and choose the number of pieces used.
hide  Click on the hand and then click on pieces to temporarily hide them. Clicking on the hand again will show all of the hidden pieces again.
edges This button will show just the edge and corner pieces. Once you have placed all of these pieces the centre pieces will automatically appear.
picture Move your cursor over this button to see a picture of the completed jigsaw. Clicking on the button will place this small image under the puzzle pieces. Clicking the button once more will hide the picture again.
full screen You can play the puzzle in full-screen mode by clicking on this button. Click on the button again to go back to the puzzle inside the web page.

Merri Events Calendar

20 Jun 2021;
10:00AM - 12:30PM
CANCELLED: Woody Weed Whacking at Galada Tamboore

20 Jun 2021;
01:00PM - 03:00PM
Friends of Edgars Creek Planting

23 Jun 2021;
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Wednesday Volunteers - Friends of Merri Creek

27 Jun 2021;
10:00AM - 12:30PM
Friends of Edwardes Lake Planting

27 Jun 2021;
10:00AM - 01:00PM
Biodiversity in the Burbs - Community Planting

04 Jul 2021;
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Litter Clean Up, Northcote - Friends of Merri Creek

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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