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Join us for the first time, we’d love to have you on board! Or, now is the time to renew your membership for 2018. Membership details and forms are located on the Contact and Membership page. Stay informed and help … Continue reading
Season’s Greetings and thank you to all volunteers, friends and supporters in 2017. For the latest news from our president, please see the link below.
Review of Kananook Creek Management Arrangements Here is the long awaited MAC report into Kananook Creek together with the accompanying media release and images. The key sections of the report are the Executive Summary and parts 8 and 9. Paul … Continue reading
News from Victorian Environment Friends Network http://friendsvic.org/news/
Rug up and lend a hand at our working bee this Sunday! Date: Sunday 6th August Time: 9am – 11 am approx Place: Meet at Fiocchi Ave footbridge, Frankston What to wear: Old, warm, all-weather clothing, non-slip footwear, gloves. Tools supplied. … Continue reading
Eel Race Pumping Station The Kananook Creek Association was delighted to see a new pump being installed in Kananook Creek Pump Station at Patterson Lakes on 16th June 2017.This project has been planned for a number of years with the … Continue reading
Summary of Planning Scheme Information Session held at Hastings Community Hub June 22nd The meeting was hosted by Peninsula Speaks with visiting speaker, Prof Michael Buxton from RMIT Planning. More than 350 people filled to overflowing the Hastings Community Hub … Continue reading
Seaford Beach Patrol, Sea Shepherd Marine Debris Team and volunteers helped clean up the beautiful Kananook Creek and surrounds today. Thanks everyone! Special thanks to Jeffrey for the photos.
Invitation from Seaford Beach Patrol and Sea Shepherd Marine debris team to join creek clean up. On Saturday the 22nd of April, Seaford Beach Patrol and Sea Shepherd Marine debris team are running a kayak (on water) clean up on the … Continue reading
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
You may have seen recent news about a hybrid proposal for the level crossing to be removed at Seaford Road. Briefly, this involves a rail over road option at the location, but with the road being lowered a couple of … Continue reading
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