Create Native Vegetation & Animal Habitat


The land controlled by the Darebin City Council covers 24 ha, the golf course uses a bit more than half the total space, this leaves a great opportunity to create native vegetation and animal habitat.

Trial planting area (approx. 300 sqm) to assess how different species thrive

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Nesting Boxes for possums and gliders on the Merri Creek meadow

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Community Garden for locals to grow food and plants, learn new skills and meet people

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Nature Reserve habitat for native species, ‘out of bounds to golfers’

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Bullen’s Wetland would filter out pollutants and provide a habitat for water birds

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Upgraded litter trap to Bullen’s drain to filter rubbish from the stormwater

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