Australian Heritage Festival: Explore Endeavour Fern Gully

Bring the family to enjoy the unique wonders of the Gully. Learn to recognise important Indigenous plants, find the fire stick trees, the tall Manna gums, and the twining silk-pod. There’s something for everyone within
this oasis on the Peninsula.

This is an educational experience for the whole family to learn about the unique wonders of the Gully. Learn to recognise important Indigenous plants, find the fire stick trees, the tall Manna gums, and the twining silk-pod. There’s something for everyone within this oasis on the Peninsula.

Endeavour Fern Gully is one of the few remnants of native bush remaining on the peninsula open to the public everyday for all to enjoy. Over the past 12 years volunteers have worked to make it accessible, to re-vegetate the upper slopes, to protect the gully and to rehabilitate vulnerable areas.

The day will be a hands on experience as you learn to recognise our native plants, different habitats and environmental vegetation classes, and deal with invasive weeds. Propagate plants from seeds and cuttings and planting some under-storey plants.

A sausage sizzle will be available on the day.

To book please contact Gillian Tolley on (03) 5900 9780 or gilliantolley@gmail.com

Endeavour Fern Gully - Planning your visit

Address:

195 Arthurs Seat Road,
Red Hill 3937 VIC

Open:

Free Public Access (the property is closed on days of Total Fire Ban).

Phone:
Bookings Office on 03 9656 9889 Mon-Fri
Website:
http://www.endeavourferngully.org.au
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