Our network currently comprises 18 member groups and organisations undertaking a diverse range of Landcare activities across Wodonga
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WULN: Groups & Organisations
Australian Plant Society (APS) – Albury Wodonga
Promotion of native plant use in home gardens. We meet bi-monthly to discuss growing Australian Native Plants and arrange field trips. The interceding months are used for outdoor activities, propagating workshops, garden visits and coffee mornings. Occasional guest speakers.
Bhutanese Community Farm
The Bhutanese Garden Project is a social enterprise, community growing and chemical free. The garden is located on the Gateway Island River Flats, 138 Lemke Road, Wodonga.
Bonegilla Rail Trail Advisory Group
Our focus is the rail corridor from Whytes Road to Sandy Creek Inlet, Bonegilla.
Clyde Cameron Reserve Group
Our volunteer members work with students and teachers from the Catholic College Wodonga and the Wodonga Council to plant and maintain indigenous vegetation.
Clyde Cameron Reserve Group is an active member of the Wodonga Urban Landcare Network (WULN).
David Winterbottom Park Group
This Park surrounds Lower Huon Creek in Wodonga. Access from Stanger Court, north of Yarralumla Drive, west of Huon Creek Road. Adjoins Clyde Cameron Reserve’s southern boundary in Wodonga.
Watch our 4-minute video about the Park and our group: https://youtu.be/-0WA0UZ8Irw
Friends of Ewart Brothers Reserve
Community Garden located between 13 and 25 Memorial Drive. Reserve located on the south side of Yarralumla Drive between Beechworth Road and Huon Creek Road. Follows the east bank of House Creek to the west of Memorial Drive and Castle Creek Road, South Wodonga.
Friends of Federation Hill
The Friends of Federation Hill are a group of residents that live near Federation Hill and have an interest in working with Wodonga Council to improve the hill’s native biodiversity and improve its value to our community.
We are so lucky to have this patch of woodland so close to where we live, providing wonderful views, walking and bike riding trails and plenty of open space. The hill is also home to lots of wildlife, and many species of plants. There is so little of this woodland left in Victoria that parts of it are designated as ‘Endangered’ communities.
Friends of George Looms Park
On the south side of Felltimber Creek Road just west of the Melrose Drive roundabout in West Wodonga. Enter through Frank Krier Park to McMahon Place. Runs from McMahon Place to Menzies Street.
Friends of Lou Lieberman Park
Lou Lieberman Park is on the south side of Pearce Street just west of McFarland Rd and runs south to Hartwig Rd, Wodonga.
Friends of Susan Campbell and Kent McKoy Reserves
These hilltop reserves can be accessed from Yarralumla Drive, Nordsvan Drive or Clyde Cameron Reserve. The hill is located to the west and above David Winterbottom Park and Clyde Cameron Reserve.
Friends of Whenby Grange
Wodonga Retained Environment Network (WREN) area of Whenby Grange Estate. East of Castle Creek Road in South Wodonga.
Friends of Willow Park
Friends of Willow Park is a community group that seeks to educate and involve the community in protecting and preserving our park. We have created a bush corridor along the creek, 2 beautiful indigenous murals telling the story of our creek and community and habitat planting throughout the park.
We have monthly Community Gardening. It is the 3rd Sunday of the month starting at 9.30 am and followed by a morning tea. We regularly have weekly weeding on Friday mornings starting at 8.30 am. Check our Friends of Willow Park Facebook page for up-to-date information.
Friends of Wodonga Rail Trail
The Friends of Wodonga Rail Trail is a small volunteer Landcare group that seeks to educate and involve the local community in preserving the remnant vegetation of this urban corridor. Our focus is maintaining the Rail trail section from Havelock Street to Whytes Road in Wodonga. We hold twice a month working bees where we pick up rubbish, remove weeds, mow long grass and plant and maintain native shrubs and grasses. Often our working bees are in conjunction with a ranger from Parklands Albury Wodonga, the custodian of Rail Trail.
We start at 9am at different locations along the rail trail and finish up with morning tea and cake. If local residents would like to join us they can contact us directly via email or follow our facebook group.
Friends of the WREN Baranduda
The Friends of the WREN – Baranduda is a group of local people involved in enhancing the Wodonga Retained Environment Network (WREN) corridors and patches in Baranduda, for example by weeding and tidying plant guards.
The WREN is a network of vegetated corridors and patches within the Baranduda-Leneva Valley. This network links the Baranduda Range, Bears Hill, Federation Hill and the Kiewa River floodplain, allowing movement of wildlife across an urban environment.
The large old hollow-bearing trees along with the connecting younger tree plantings provide habitat for a diversity of wildlife, many of which are threatened with extinction.
Leneva Castle Creek Landcare Group
Our group works on private and crown land in the Castle Creek and Middle Creek catchments, Leneva.
Our Native Garden Nursery
We are a not-for-profit, volunteer-run garden nursery dedicated to growing local native plants for sale.
Location: 29 Kane Road, Wodonga (beside the Waste Transfer Station and re-use shop)
Parklands Albury Wodonga
Parklands Albury Wodonga (Parklands) is focused on providing opportunities for people to access and experience the extraordinary range of “bush parks” in and around Albury-Wodonga. We undertake the conservation of these areas from an ecological perspective, whilst allowing sympathetic recreational access.
We are a cross-border, community-based, not for profit organisation, undertaking conservation, recreation, cultural heritage and tourism projects for the benefit of our regional community.
Our regional parklands embrace in excess of 4000 ha. of land along the riverine environment of the Murray and Kiewa Rivers; tributary creek valleys; sections of the Lake Hume foreshore; the High Country Rail Trail; and hills and ranges in and around Albury-Wodonga.
Turtles Albury Wodonga
Our group formed to bring awareness to the plight of turtles living at Sumsion Gardens.