Habitat Links

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Indigenous Garden Tours

Transition Warringal’s Indigenous Garden Tours bring local people together to inspire and support appreciation of indigenous plants and local ecosystems. We gather in the spirit of honouring the sustainable management of the lands and waters by the Wurundjeri Woi wurrung people, the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we walk.

Our Indigenous Garden Tour hosts recommend these resources:


Heather's indigenous garden tour Heather's garaden -- before photos Heather's garden pond bike transport for the garden tour tussock grass in Lara's indigenous garden shelter for skinks made from bricks metal bird sculpture in Lara's garden indigenous front garden at Lisa-Marie's close-up of pond in Liz's garden lunch at the end of the tour

Nest Boxes

Replace lost habitat for local fauna with a nest box on your property. In 2015/16, we ran the Warringal Habitat Links project with support from a Banyule City Council Environment Grant at the same time as FOSCAP’s nest box project funded by a similar grant. Robyn and Jen, and later Penny and Doug, did tree access training to install and monitor nest boxes in residential gardens and Rosanna Parklands.

Join a local Friends group

Friends of Salt Creek and Associated Parklands

Warringal Conservation Society

Friends of Yarra Flats Park