Notice of Biennial General Meeting

Of the Warranwood Reserve Special Committee of Council

8pm Thursday October 18.

Location: St. James Anglican Church,21 Bemboka Road, Warranwood.

After the meeting a short presentation will be given on the history of the reserve and the local area, followed by a light supper.

All welcome to attend. Please RSVP your attendance to Margaret Baber via email: WarranwoodRes@hotmail.com

Next Bushcare Activity

Bushcare Evening and BBQ - Friday 16th November.

6pm until dark

BBQ & Bushcare Evening - Location Northern Triangle ( Eden Valley Road ).

We are providng a free BBQ at 6.00pm followed by a Bushcare Evening to remove environmental weeds until dark.

A committee member will show participants the difference between the indigenous vegetation and environmental weeds, so no experience is necessary. Participants will learn more about our local bush and will help to protect it, and in doing so, will meet some of their neighbours.

Click here for a map.



Welcome to Warranwood Reserve.

Warranwood Reserve is an 11 hectare (27 acres) bushland reserve located in the City of Maroondah, some 26 km east of Melbourne, in the state of Victoria, Australia.

It is situated in a primarily urban area, although larger than average blocks along its eastern boundary allow an extended tree cover and reduce the population pressures which might otherwise exist. Much of the reserve was set aside for drainage purposes and there has been considerable modification to the natural drainage lines and removal of vegetation due to the installation of drainage and sewerage pipes. Despite these site alterations, the reserve still contains a diverse and fascinating variety of flora and fauna, mainly because of its steep slopes and varied aspects.

Warranwood Reserve is managed and maintained by the Maroondah City Council together with the assistance of community volunteers organised by the Warranwood Reserve Special Committee of Council.

The Committee meets on a regular basis to liase with Maroondah City Council on reserve issues and to organize events and programs for community participation such as working bees for planting and weed control.

Please follow the links on this website for more detailed information on various aspects of the reserve ( eg location, flora & fauna, activies, walks, maps etc. ).