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Warringal Conservation Society

In late August / early September the North East Link project levelled a broad strip of remnant bushland at the Simpson Army Barracks; an area of approximately 13 hectares (130000 square meters). The extent of the devastation has come as...

Spring is here and the local bushland is starting to be filled with flowers. Winter flowering Silver Wattles are just finishing up but some Black Wood Wattles and Prickly Moses are still going. Running Postman, Hardenbergia are putting on a...

Our June 2022 speaker was Virginia Trescowthick, a lawyer with Environmental Justice Australia (EJA). EJA is an independent group that provides legal advice and representation for community groups tackling environmental issues including pollution, climate change and species loss. EJA also...

On Sunday 15th May, after a number of COVID-19 related postponements, we finally got celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the Warringal Conservation Society. It was a lovely sunny day and approximately 50 members and friends attended. We started out...

The North East Link will destroy bushland at the Simpson Army Barracks which is some of the best remaining habitat for the Matted Flax-lily and contains the last viable population of the Studley Park Gum. Both plants are considered to...

In October 2021 it was announced that the North East Link Project (NELP) had been redesigned to feature a longer bored tunnel to the north emerging just beyond Yallambie Rd. On the face of it this seemed a promising development...