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Frankston City Council

1. By-Laws Enforcement
Rubbish dumping. littering, interfering with trees, plants, dogs, cats, feral animals, fire hazards
Phone: 1300 322 322 (Customer Service)
2. Environment
E-mail: environment@frankston.vic.gov.au
3. Parkland Services
Phone: 03 9768 1555

Melbourne Water

Trees in creek, permission for and advice on bank stabilization procedures, jetties etc.
Telephone: within Victoria: 131 722
Website: http://www.melbournewater.com.au
E-mail: inquiry@melbournewater.com.au

Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

Website:Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
Land for Wildlife, biodiversity, climate change, invasive weeds, and more.
Land for Wildlife – Statewide Coordinator
Peter Johnson (Land for Wildlife Co-ordinator)
Box 3100, Bendigo Delivery Centre, Victoria, 3554.
Tel: (03) 54304358, Fax: (03) 5448 4982
peter.johnson@depi.vic.gov.au

Environment Protection Authority

Protection and restoration of air, land and water quality. Report pollution offences to the EPA. EPA Pollution Watch Line EPA Pollution Hotline Report pollution or any activity potentially harmful to the environment to the 24-hour EPA Pollution Hotline on -1300 372 842 (1300 EPA VIC)
http://www.epa.vic.gov.au/

Environment Australia

Biodiversity: How does Australia rate?
http://www.deh.gov.au/biodiversity/

Department of Premier and Cabinet

Indigenous
Aboriginal Heritage Council

Port Phillip Conservation Council

A federation of 15 conservation organizations around Port Phillip Bay. PPCC Inc. works for the betterconservation of Port Phillip Bay and the waters, beaches, foreshores, sea-bed, tributaries, environs and air above it.  http://www.ppcc.org.au/
The site also features:
1. Interesting aerial views of Kananook Creek:
http://www.ppcc.org.au/m18coast.htm
2. Photos of indigenous and pest plants of the region: http://ggd.customer.netspace.net.au/index_01.htm

Frankston Beach Association

The Frankston Beach Association (FBA) is a voluntary organisation that participates in the following activities:

  • Restoration and preservation of the foreshore reserves
  • Lobbying against activities that may lead to a reduction in beach or water quality, or damage to the foreshore reserves
  • Promotion of the beach for recreational use.

http://www.fbainc.org.au/

Seaford Foreshore Friends

http://seafordforeshore.weebly.com/home.html

Friends of Edithvale Seaford Wetlands

http://www.edithvale-seaford-wetlands.org

Kananook Creek Canoe Club

Kananook Creek Canoe Club

The Seaford Community Committee

Aims to improve communication and create a stronger community in Seaford.

http://www.seafordcc.org

For Fun, April 2017

Frankston Music Festival April 29, 29 30

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