Ross Creek

About


Ross Creek Landcare Group

The Ross Creek Landcare Group is located south-west of Ballarat, and incorporates the areas in the vicininty of Ross Creek, Symthes Creek adn Bunker Hill. We are an active group - meeting monthly at the Ross Creek Community Hall and generally hold Working Bees at the Ross Creek Recreation Reserve on the first Saturday of every month.

Our Group hosts an annual tree planting day, which coincides with National Tree Planting Day. Our activites help create environmental awareness in the community.

Our group offers a friendly environment and encourages new members to join.


Ross Creek

Latest News

Ross Creek Latest News

If you want to find out more about the most recent news or up coming events on Ross Creek Landcare Group, please contact our Group Secretary, Rosemary Barnett on TEL: 0439 506 494 or EMAIL: 

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Projects

Ross Creek Projects

The Ross Creek Landcare Group has been involved in many environmental projects in the past. We have helped landholders and the community with revegetation projects, salinity control projects, and pest plant control projects - generally controlling gorse.

The current focus of the group is restoring the Ross Creek Recreation Reserve. This reserve has a great range of remnant plant species which includes native grasses and orchids. This project is on-going. We aim to continue restoring this Reserve, through revegetation activities, weed control, and the contruction of walking paths and signage to allow the everyone in the community to access the Reserve and create enviromental awareness in the Ross Cree Area.

Ross Creek Reserve:

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 Revegetation Activies:

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 Salinity Demonstration Site:

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Join Our Group

Join Our Group

If you are interested in or want to find more information on the Ross Creek Landcare Group, please contact our Group Secretary, Rosemary Barrett on TEL: 0439 506 494 or EMAIL:  

Resources

Ross Creek Resources

Spanish Heath is an introduced weed common in the Ross Creek area. It is often confused with the native heath, also found in the area. See the illustrated guide below to find out more about Spanish Heath.

pdfWeed Guide, Local - Spanish Heath1.04 MB05/12/2016, 13:41