Friends of Belgrave South Recreation Reserve work every Wednesday morning during school terms from 10am to 12 noon with a small group of disabled participants to protect remnant bushland and maintain indigenous plantings in the Reserve. New participants welcome.
This is a multi-use council managed reserve which houses various netball clubs, the Cricket and Football Clubs, a childrens' playground and a community hall managed by the Belgrave South Community House with a monthly community market. It is used for a wide variety of passive recreational pursuits and has a walking track linking it to the school and shops. BSRR also has pockets of important remnant vegetation which include mature eucalypts of several species, a large colony of the native flag lily Dipplaraena morea and several species of orchids. The reserve also houses the headwaters of German Creek, a tributary of Monbulk Creek.
Please contact Hilary Doulton, program co-ordinator at Belgrave South Community House on 9754-2274 for details.