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  • Markham Reserve, Ashburton

    May 27, 2021 by

    Markham Avenue Reserve includes a section of Gardiners Creek, its riverbank and adjacent Red Gum woodland, plus some revegetation over the last 20 years. Markham Avenue Reserve is located at Melway ref. 60 E12. The Site Biological Significance Level for Markham Reserve is STATE. The western section of the reserve, adjacent to the proposed housing… Read more

  • Gardiners Creek Nature Trail

    April 14, 2021 by

    A Gardiners Creek Nature Trail is proposed to highlight natural features, distinctive trees and plants and the history of Gardiners Creek. The Gardiners Creek Nature Trail will be designed as a series of fractals with multiple start and end points adjacent to high pedestrian traffic locations along its length. The Gardiners Creek Nature Trail will… Read more

  • Temporal eel trap style Litter Trap for Gardiners Creek

    October 16, 2020 by

    This project is a collaboration with Friends of Gardiners Creek Valley led by Sarah Naarden in the City of Stonington Environmental Champions Group. It is set up to champion Indigenous Community Engagement for the Kooyongkoot Masterplan in an Environmental design studio with Monash University. We propose to bio-remediate or filter the water toxins including invisible… Read more

  • The Bridges of John Monash over Gardiners Creek

    October 15, 2020 by

    The Black Bridge, Melway Map 69 B1, on the Outer Circle Railway opened in 1890. The Black Bridge was a wooden trestle bridge. John Monash was the chief engineer for the Outer Circle Railway. The Black Bridge was dismantled during WWII. https://en-gb.facebook.com/Past2Present1/photos/a.718458668183372.1073741954.606892929339947/718966651465907/ The Glenferrie Road Bridge, Melway Map 59 D3, was widened by John Monash… Read more

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