1 February 2021
Over the last four years something wonderful has been happening on the Dandenong Creek in Melbourne’s south-east. Living Links partners have been working together to transform this important corridor into a world-class urban living link.
With funding from the Victorian Government, we’ve improved the quality and connectivity of natural habitat along the creek. Together we’ve planted 63 hectares of native plants across 38 sites along the Dandenong Creek, undertaken over 89 hectares of weed control and engaged more than 6,800 people in community events and activities.
Whilst the Transforming the Dandenong Creek Corridor project has come to an end, it leaves behind a lasting legacy of improved environmental condition along the Dandenong Creek corridor, as well as substantially increased community appreciation and engagement in its stewardship.