The Darebin Creek Management Committee is a community-driven organisation and we need your help to improve it! The Darebin Creek has unique flora and fauna that needs your help. By giving a tax-deductible donation we can plant trees, supply homes for birds, possums and sugar gliders, improve the Shared Bike Path and fight inappropriate development along Darebin Creek.
For 40 years, the Habitat Conservation and Management Course (HCMC) has been informing, inspiring and connecting Melbourne’s conservation and land management community. After two years of disruption HCMC is ready to go in 2022.
Melbourne Water is undertaking works to improve the “Stepping Stones” crossing at the Darebin Parklands. The rockworks will include construction of a “fish ladder” which …
Nangak Tamboree is a collaborative project restoring 10 hectares of riparian Grassy Red Gum Woodland on the Darebin Creek through Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Narrap unit cultural practice including burning.
The critically endangered Matted Flax-lily (Dianella amoena) has recently resurfaced along Darebin Creek following the re-introduction of cultural burning