Daylighting Tarralla creek

Tarralla Creek Workshop

What would it take to bring Platypus and Rakali back to the Tarralla Creek in Croydon, and how can you help? The Re-imagining Tarralla Creek project will see big changes to the Tarralla Creek in Croydon. The Tarralla Creek would benefit from a Friends group, but is there enough interest, and what would it do?

Hear from Geoff Williams, biologist with the Australian Platypus Conservancy, who will share his thoughts on what it would take to see Platypus and Rakali splashing about in the Tarralla Creek in Croydon.

Hear also from Anthony Bigelow, President of the First Friends of Dandenong Creek, about how a community group can help a creek, and what it takes to run such a group.

Date:           Thursday, 3 December 2020

Time:           7:30pm to 9pm

Where:         This is a free online event on the MS Teams platform.

Register:      To register your interest please contact the Tarralla Creek Project Officer at Monica.Ashton@maroondah.vic.gov.au by Friday 27 November 2020. A MS Teams meeting link will be sent to all those who have registered, no later than Tuesday 1 December 2020.

This event is part of the Changing Nature of Tarralla Creek Project that complements Melbourne Water’s Reimagining Tarralla Creek project.

The Changing Nature of Tarralla Creek Project is supported by the Victorian Government through the Caring for Our Local Environment Program.

November 17, 2020 · Liz Sanzaro · No Comments
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