News
13 February 2020
Transforming the Dandenong Creek: 6 month update
Our four-year project to transform the Dandenong Creek corridor into a world-class urban Living Link is now on the home strait, finishing up by the end of June. Together with our six partner councils...
11 February 2020
Seeking our next Ambassador School
Each year, Living Links supports one primary or secondary school located within the Dandenong Creek catchment to undertake a project relating to the Living Links program vision of “Creating a web of...
10 February 2020
Film competition now open
Living Links is super excited to be organising our first short film festival in partnership with Remember The Wild! The Wild by Nature short film festival celebrates our close ties with Australia’s...
30 January 2020
Wayapa for Earth connection and wellbeing
Our 'Wayapa in the Park' summer series has now come to a close, having run every Sunday throughout January. The sessions provided a free introduction to Wayapa: an Aboriginal wellness and connection practice...
17 January 2020
Community event grants available
Calling all non-profit environmental and recreation groups with an interest in the Dandenong Creek corridor! Living Links is offering small grants (up to $2000) for groups to run public events before...
3 December 2019
All abuzz about pollinators
Our 'Wild Pollinator Discovery Day' held on 9th November 2019 was a huge success. Around 70 people attended this fully-booked event, where we learned about Australia's huge diversity of native pollinators...
24 September 2019
Bird discovery at Doveton
We had a wonderful day at the Doveton Show last Sunday running bird discovery walks along Dandenong Creek and got creative making nests. Thanks to Karan from Yimba Yumba, Suzie and Amie from Wildlife...
11 September 2019
Creative kids help threatened species
Living Links was a proud sponsor of this year's Threatened Species Children’s Art Competition, which ran for the first time in Victoria. The competition attracted over 600 stunning entries from children...
30 August 2019
Working tyre-lessly for Dandenong Creek
With funding through Living Links, the City of Whitehorse recently removed hundreds of tyres from the Dandenong Creek corridor and sent them for recycling. For many years, the site in Vermont South had...
29 August 2019
Students garden for beneficial insects
Students from Frankston High School have created a beautiful habitat garden to help beneficial insects. It’s called an Arthro-POD, and it was created as part of a Natured Kids project to identify the...