As Victorian Government COVID-19 guidelines allow outdoor activities of up to 10 people ā€“ socially distanced working bees are now on the 3rd Sunday of each month!

Please RSVP by emailing tdp@labyrinth.net.au or using the “Contact” page – so that we can reserve a place for you.

For safety reasons:
– BYO gardening gloves (hand sanitiser is also recommended)
– Do not attend if you are unwell
– Those aged 70+ are advised to stay home

Social distancing of 1.5 meters will be observed at all times and a record of attendees will be kept. Morning tea won’t be served, however you are welcome to BYO.

Picture is illustrative! Please observe social distancing at all times during working bees.

The best way to help regenerate the indigenous landscape of Gardiners Creek is to volunteer at one of our regular working bees!

These run for 2 hours and you don’t need to be a member to participate! Details below.

Wednesday Working Bees

**on hold until further notice**

Fortnightly during the Victorian school term.

10am to 12pm AEST (Apr-Oct)
9am to 11am during Daylight Saving Time (Oct-Apr)

Sunday Working Bees


These are the most popular working bees!

We meet monthly on the 3rd Sunday of each month. 10am to 12pm.

Special Events

**on hold until further notice**

We hold special working bees on Clean Up Australia Day, National Tree Day (July) and group tree planting days (contact us for more information).

Upcoming Working Bees

Sunday 21st June, 10am to 12pm
Sunday 19th July, 10am to 12pm
Sunday 16th August, 10am to 12pm

Meeting point

The meeting point for working bees is at the picnic tables towards the northern end of Glenburn Bend Park in Glen Iris.
This is about halfway between Great Valley Road and High Street, about halfway between the Monash Freeway and Gardiners Creek.

Google maps location – http://www.bit.ly//FOGCV-meeting-point
Melway reference – Map 59 towards the south-east corner of Grid J7

Let us know you’re coming

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