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Warringal Conservation Society

WCS organised a night walk on the 8th of September as part of the Spring Outdoors program. We had about 30 participants and met at the Swamp viewing area at twilight to watch the birds coming in. As it began...

Warringal Conservation Society have produced a map of the Banyule Flats Reserve to help walkers and cyclists discover the Main Yarra Trail, Banyule Swamp and Banyule Billabong. Key points of interest and unsealed paths where you can wander and enjoy...

Providing wildlife habitat is important for supporting fauna and retaining ecological diversity, especially if it involves indigenous planting. We love the concept of individual homes creating a stepping stones which build into a wildlife corridor. Participants in the program are...

WCS opposed the development of a function centre at this iconic property on the Banyule Flats escarpment. Our environmental concerns were the loss of trees and habitat, the impact of car park and water tanks on the view from the...

Warringal Conservation Society has written several letters to State and Federal Politicians about the cruel Opera House nets which are used in Australia to catch yabbies, and which do not allow other wildlife caught in them to escape. Now there...

On National Tree Day WCS celebrates Banyule's own Studleyesis

Endangered in Victoria and of regional significance, this tree is a naturally occurring hybrid of the Swamp Gum (E. ovata) and River Red Gum (E. camaldulensis). Identified in Kew, Viewbank and...