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VIC 2024 Tree Planting Day

Icon of a calendar 1 Jun, 2024 | Small clock icon 10.00am - 2.00pm | Icon of a map pin Kororoit Creek, Altona
Join us for a day of tree planting and rebuilding habitat for the rare Altona skipper butterfly. All friends and family welcome! 

This year we will be planting 1,000 seedlings just west of Millers Road along Kororoit Creek in Altona to support habitat for the Altona Skipper Butterfly. The trees act as a vital link between the butterfly population in “The Pines”, in Seaholme and another population next to Cherry Lake.

 AWA has been working with Melbourne Water supporting the initiative since 2015 and we are now in our 8th year of planting together. This year, we will hear from Gerard Morel, Waterways and Land Officer, Melbourne Water on the environmental significance of this project and walk around the habitat created from previous years’ effort. 

This important work is being made possible thanks to Melbourne Water's funding, and the support of Water4Good. 

A casual BBQ lunch will be provided. Registrations essential for catering and to receive the specific meeting site prior to the event. 

Family, friends, colleagues and community are all welcome, including dogs on a leash.

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Event Details

Date Saturday 1 June 2024
Time 10.00am - 2.00pm
Location Kororoit Creek, Altona
What to Bring Gardening gloves, water, sturdy boots, high-visibility vest (if you have one), long pants, long sleeves, hat and water-proof coat.


Event Registration

No cost to attend. Please register yourself to receive the specific meeting site prior to the event. 


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Thank you to our sponsors


Melbourne Water


For more information please contact: 
Natasha Sharrock,
Member Engagement Manager - VIC
Tel 02 9467 8423

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