Explore the biodiversity of Elsternwick Park and tackle plastic pollution

Deep Winter has passed and flora and fauna are getting active in Pre-Spring! Take a walk through Elsternwick Park North, a former golf course turned nature reserve that provides habitat to a diverse urban ecosystem that connects to Port Phillip Bay. Take action to tackle plastic pollution and learn what we can all do for healthy waterways.

This is a Living Water Workbees event, where your participation will be converted to rebates for rainwater tanks and raingardens in the Elster Creek catchment. Earn rebates for yourself or donate to a local community. Find out more at

Please wear sturdy shoes, dress for the weather and bring a reusable water bottle. All tools provided. The activity is suited for all ages. Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult. The walk may include unstable surfaces.

Places limited to 15 participants.

Event Details
  • Phone:
    03 9534 0670
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  • Location
    St Kilda Street entrance (St Kilda Street Bridge) near creek and large sugar gum trees, Elwood, Victoria, 3184, Australia