Walks, talks and tours
Talks are occasionally held on subjects of interest, such as the flora and fauna on the Creek. These talks are open to the public and are usually held on week nights.
We often incorporate a short guided tour at the end of a planting or maintenance activity.
There are walks to see the beautiful native wildflowers, which still flourish on the endangered grasslands remaining along the creek.
Tours may include the spectacular Galada Tamboore (stream waterhole) gorge areas in Campbellfield or a bicycle ride to the Central Creek grasslands, which still manages to survive in suburban Reservoir, or a bus tour to the upper reaches of the Merri Creek to visit sites of State or National Conservation Significance.
The Merri Creek Management Committee works with school and community groups, teaching about the biodiversity and ecosystems of Merri Creek - their website gives more information on their range of activities and contact details.
We have also developed a series of Webinars, so you can explore the creek at any time.
Our Friends’ Events calendar lets you know what’s happening and we post events through social media a week or so prior.
Rare plants tour, Galada Tamboore; McBryde St, Fawkner and Rare plants tour, Kalkallo Common.