Category Archives: History

LXRA Vegetation Removal Seaford Meeting Monday 24th

You may be aware that the crossing removal works at Seaford have led to the destruction of many significant mature trees. This has caused concern in the community. Council has written this week to LXRA seeking  assurance that further vegetation removal … Continue reading

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KCA 50th Anniversary Celebration

The KCA has been working “To Clean, Restore, and Preserve the Kananook Creek and its Environs” since 1970! *** The KCA Anniversary Event is now closed. Thank you to all of our lovely supporters who have sent congratulations and good … Continue reading

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KCA 50th Birthday Celebration

The KCA is celebrating a major milestone in February 2020. Kananook Creek Association, a voluntary organization, will have dedicated 50 years to the protection, preservation and rehabilitation of the Kananook Creek and its reserves. The KCA would like to establish a … Continue reading

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Frankston Music Festival also incorporating ‘Ten Stories of Frankston’ at Mechanics Hall

On the weekend of 28th to 30th April the inaugural Frankston Music Festival will take place. This whole event has been masterminded by past KCA President Robert Thurley. Music is one of Rob’s other passions. I’d encourage you to look … Continue reading

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