Project details

Monday, 10 November 2014 05:31
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This small patch of bushland helps provide a buffer between the freeway and locals' homes, also adding to habitat resources for birds and animals. 

Current involvement

Perrone Creek is linked in a potential wildlife corridor with Tarragindi Environmental Reserve upstream. It is hoped that local residents will retain important habitat trees and plant native species to enhance connectivity between the areas.

Background of the project

Planting was done here prior to the year 2000, in a small park along Peronne Rd on leftover Main Roads land. A range of shrubs, trees and Lomandras were planted to provide better riparian vegetation.

Perrone creek is piped under the freeway, and then joins Ekibin Creek near Holland Park High School near the bus station.

Project contact details

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like to get involved in caring for this area.

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