Category Archives: News

Seaford Road Level Crossing Removal

Please find below forwarded information provided to Paul Davies, KCA president, and the KCA by the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources re: Seaford Road Level Crossing removal. *** Start message *** Today the Victorian Government announced the design … Continue reading

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Reserves Working Bees 2017

Working Bee Details Participating in a working bee is a great way to care for the environment, meet your neighbours, and enjoy the creek and its lovely surrounds. Frequency of the working bees is very much determined by community participation … Continue reading

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Membership 2017

2017 Membership Forms can be found on the Contact and Membership page: http://kananookcreekassociation.org/contact/

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Seasons Greetings

Thank you to all members and friends, and a special thank you to all who have volunteered their time to help care for the creek and its reserves in 2016. Best Wishes for 2017. If you have not yet had … Continue reading

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The road ahead for KCA – 2017 and beyond

Welcome to December and the festive season. Accompanying you’ll find a letter which is both a bit of a review of what’s happened and more importantly a look into the future. Essentially we need much greater member involvement in the … Continue reading

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Frankston City Council’s EnviroNews

Below is a link to the latest copy of Frankston City Council’s EnviroNews. It has a number of useful articles of an environmental nature, so it may be of interest to you if you are not currently subscribed. Frankston City … Continue reading

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Spring Newsletter

Spring is here! Our Spring Newsletter is hot off the press today and will bring you up to date with what’s been going on along the creek. There’s a new section for “Letters to the Editor”. We don’t have any … Continue reading

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Frankston City Events

It’s always nice to know what’s happening in our community. The link below provides details of forthcoming Frankston City Events. Frankston City Events – Spring – Summer 2016-2017

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KCA Autumn News and Notice of AGM

NEWS Our latest newsletter is now available for your information. It’s also time for our AGM so a notice of meeting and committee nomination form is also included. The main items in the newsletter are: 78-83 Nepean Highway VCAT appeal … Continue reading

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Congratulations David Cross, Frankston Citizen of the Year

David Cross, Chair of the Frankston Environmental Friends Network has been awarded the Frankston Citizen of the Year award. This is not only a great personal honour for David and his tireless work, but also the many environmental groups in … Continue reading

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KCA Membership 2016

Updated 2016 forms for Kananook Creek Association membership are now available on the Contact & Membership page. Membership is only $15.00 per household. If desired, you can pay your membership by BSB and email details of membership to our treasurer. … Continue reading

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Vale Joan and Frances

Joan Bosanko ​The KCA are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Joan Bosanko on November 30. Joan was a treasured friend of the KCA and a tireless volunteer for the KCA and for the wider community. Frances Garner … Continue reading

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