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  • Writer's pictureSerena O'Meley

Darebin wildlife gardening quick links

Updated: Aug 8, 2023

This is a set of quick links for people in Darebin who want to create an oasis for native birds, butterflies, bees, insects, lizards, small mammals and more in their gardens and nature strips but don't know where to start. If you have other good local links please let me know.

(Photo: N. Masters' nature strip, Reservoir)

Where to get indigenous plants

Indigenous plant catalogues with photos

Need some help?

You can arrange for a Garden Assessment and/or meet with a Volunteer Garden Guide. More details here.

Free gardening guides

Click on a picture to download each of the four guides.

Reference booklet

The book is available from CERES and can be bought online. Click on the picture for more details.

A Guidebook to Grasslands & Grassy Woodlands of the Victorian Volcanic Plains

This guide published by CCMA is designed to support land holders, managers and the wider community to maintain and improve the unique flora and fauna of our volcanic plains grasslands and grassy woodlands. Click on the picture for more information.

Friends Groups

There are lots of 'Friends' groups which run regular indigenous planting days. Follow their Facebook pages for upcoming events:

Thanks for reading! Serena


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