Friends of Scott Creek Conservation Park

In common with the Friends of Parks groups found throughout the state, the Friends of Scott Creek Park are a diverse group of people. Many are locals who share a love of the bush and a commitment to conservation.

Since our foundation in September 1990, we have planted several thousand trees - all indigenous to the area, removed miles of rusty old fencing, and waged a dedicated campaign against a variety of weeds, most notably: Broom, Gorse, Bone-seed, South African Daisy, Erica, Olives and Blackberry.

Restoration of creek lines occupies much of our time. They still contain vestiges of their original species and our work supports the natural regeneration of long dormant seed.

We warmly welcome new members and friends.

To find out more, visit our website or download the latest Bandicoot Tails newsletter.

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