Main Creek Catchment Landcare Group


MAIN CREEK LANDCARE is a welcoming, voluntary organisation, which aims to conserve and enhance the biodiversity of our indigenous flora and fauna and encourages best-practice, sustainable land management. Our catchment includes parts of Flinders, Main Ridge, Red Hill, Boneo and Mornington Peninsula National Park.


To promote a healthy, richly biodiverse and sustainable environment through community action and engagement 

OUR STRATEGIES for achieving this include:

  • Protecting and enhancing remnant, indigenous flora and fauna habitat and connectivity 
  • Monitoring water quality of local creeks
  • Implementing invasive weed management programs 
  • Encouraging feral pest animal control
  • Engaging with the local community through education and community projects
  • Promoting sustainable agricultural, gardening and land management practices
  • Developing productive relationships with the community, partners and sponsors

Exciting News!

Our Fundraising Partner Ritchies IGA, are launching their new Ritchies Card, incorporating the Community Benefit Program and this will not only benefit our organisation, but also all our members.

The program now has an App for both IOS and Android smart devices. For those members who don’t have a smart phone, or would like a physical card, this option is also available and can be linked to the App.

Every month, our organisation will receive 0.5%* of our members’ spend in Ritchies Stores PLUS our members will receive special offers and member only specials via the App.





















Enquiries and new members welcome!

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.

Contact Adie Smith, Secretary



Farm Revegetation for Biodiversity, Productivity and Climate resilience

14 August @ 10:00 am - 14 August @ 1:30 pm

Landcare, with support from Mornington Peninsula Shire, DELWP, and private donations, is working with the Grow Corp Foundation to develop a demonstration “Whole of Farm” approach to revegetation on private property. This approach integrates shelterbelts, riparian corridors, and selective bush patches in a manner that: enhances the environment through improved biodiversity, protects water quality, and […]

Karamu ID, removal & inspiration (with special guest Jane Edmanson)

25 September @ 10:00 am - 25 September @ 12:00 pm

Come and learn how to identify and control problematic Karma, Coprosma robusta and differentiate it from native look-a-like species. Special guest Jane Edmanson from Gardening Australia, ABC will be there too.

Greens Bush Wildflower Walk

16 October @ 10:00 am - 16 October @ 12:00 pm

Be treated in a tour of Greens Bush National Park in all its springtime glory. Led by Parks Victoria ranger Kim Cott and bushland regeneration expert Virginia Carter.

‘Holistic Ecosystem Repair’

20 November @ 10:00 am - 20 November @ 12:00 pm

Main Ridge property visit showcasing ‘Holistic Ecosystem Repair’ RSVP & enquiries:  


Main Creek Catchment Landcare Karamu Removal Project

  •  Gardening Australia investigates our efforts on removing Karamu.

Gardening Australia