Dunns Creek Landcare Group
Dunns Creek Landcare has a long history of bringing the community together to target local land management issues. We are an active group on the Peninsula, with over 25 families/households in the Red Hill, Dromana and Merricks North areas currently involved.
We welcome enquiries and new members.
Joining is easy, simply register online by clicking on the ‘Get Involved’ button to the right of this page or download and return our Membership Brochure.
Please contact President, Marcus O’Reilly with any enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dunns Creek Biolink
The Dunns Creek Biolink is a project to implement the Dunns Creek Biolink Plan
undertaken by the Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network as part of its Linking the Mornington Peninsula Landscape
initiative in 2017. The Dunns Creek Biolink seeks to reconnect two high habitat-value nature conservation reserves (Bald Hill and Kangerong) through bushland restoration and feral animal control across seven private properties. The biolink enhances existing bushland through the removal of invasive plants in areas of remnant indigenous vegetation and re-planting indigenous trees and shrubs to create improved private-land connectivity. Forty-five hectares of habitat-altering weeds are being removed as part of the project. In 2019, the community came together with the assistance of Raw Travel on National Tree Day to plant more than 1,000 indigenous trees and shrubs at Sussex farm. In 2020, an additional 1,500 indigenous plants have been installed on another biolink property. Fauna will be further protected through fox and rabbit control across 520 hectares and nest boxes installed on properties with an absence of hollow bearing trees. For more information, contact Landcare Facilitator Chantal Morton email@example.com
Ongoing annual bushland restoration working bees:
Harrisons, McIlroys & Wallaces Roads