CCAW committee & Friends-of
        working bee sites:


Bridget - Our aim is to transform an overgrown weed-filled patch into an indigenous area to complement the remnant bushland of Abbey Walk.
Location:  Near footbridge over, plus the gravel path adjacent to the Dandenong Creek.


Effie - Ephemeral wetlands -  a joint venture between Whitehorse City Council, Parks Victoria & Melbourne Water plus the Campbells Croft Abbey Walk Advisory Committee & Friends-of group.
The project was to remove two enormous willows and revegetate the area with indigenous species, this took 2 years to complete and a further 2 years for the indigenous planting to become established. 
Location:  Far end of Abbey Walk near the Croft and adjacent to the gravel Dandenong Creek path.


WILLIE - Ephemeral wetlands -  a joint venture between Whitehorse City Council, Melbourne Water & Campbells Croft Abbey Walk Advisory Committee & Friends-of group.
The project is to remove willows plus environmental weeds and revegetate the area with indigenous species.. 
Location:  Near Effie in Abbey Walk and adjacent to the gravel Dandenong Creek path.


Paddy - Padua Court Swathe - stages have been joint ventures between Urban Bushcare, National Heritage Trust, Greening Australia Vic & Whitehorse City Council plus Campbells Croft Abbey Walk Advisory Committee & Friends-of group. 
Location:  Entry from Padua Court.



Borrie - Boronia Road ephemeral wetlands project between Whitehorse City Council & Melbourne Water.
CCAW Committee & Friends-of group do not have working bees in this area, it is managed and maintained by Council.


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