Mount Ridley West, Conservation Area 26

Partially acquired, intended to protect Grassy Eucalypt Woodland, grassland, Matted Flax-lily and Golden Sun Moth. Along the important Malcolm Creek biodiversity corridor, dense regrowth of young River Red Gums is threatening grassland values.

Kororoit Regional Park, Conservation Area 3

Planning is proceeding apace for this partially acquired regional park despite the lack of surveys that may reveal the degradation of its grasslands from lack of management. High-visitation numbers will place significant stress on grassy ecosystems. Could become...

Growling Grass Frog Corridors, Conservation Area 36

Mostly yet to be acquired. Intended to protect Growling Grass Frog, Australian Grayling and Dwarf Galaxias. The corridor doesn’t protect grassland, but it is integral to the Melbourne Strategic Assessment program, hence its inclusion here. Provides vital...

Growling Grass Frog Corridors, Conservation Area 34

The core of the recently declared Merri Creek Marram Baba (‘Body of the Mother’) Parklands, a critical biodiversity corridor through Melbourne’s northern suburbs. Mostly yet to be acquired. The corridors don’t specifically protect grassland or...

Growling Grass Frog Corridors, Conservation Area 21

Mostly yet to be acquired. The corridors don’t specifically protect grassland or Grassy Eucalypt Woodland, though often they do, as well as providing vital biodiversity corridors for habitat and floodplain ecologies. Some form the core of the Jacksons Creek biik...