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On the weekend of July 28, Woodlea hosted its annual community tree planting day in line with National Tree Day. This marked the fourth year that Woodlea participated and to date, have planted over 5,000 trees – this year alone a whopping 3,000 trees were planted!
National Tree Day is an opportunity to look after our increasingly valuable natural environment, and the Kororoit Creek and Deanside Wetlands have significant environmental and indigenous cultural heritage.
The creek is home to native animals such as the endangered growling grass frog, the striped legless lizard, as well as a myriad of migratory birds. There has been significant damage to the habitat by the introduction of foreign grasses and plants, as well as the illegal dumping of rubbish in the area.
This year, a collection of indigenous grasses, shrubs and trees along Cascade Drive, spanning approximately 250m of the Kororoit Creek were planted. These seedlings will bloom into a habitat for local wildlife, simultaneously suppressing the spread of invasive, unfamiliar weeds.
This section of the creek will, in due time, host a walking trail where locals will be able to immerse themselves amongst these trees and enjoy the natural surrounds of the neighbourhood.
Approximately 30% of Woodlea is dedicated to open space comprising of wild grasses, wetlands and local wildlife. Great measures have been taken to nurture and protect this locality, especially the Deanside Wetlands and Kororoit Creek corridor.
Specialist care covering everything from biodiversity and planning controls to trails and recreation has meant that this landscape will be explored and relished for generations to come.
By partnering with Melbourne Water, in conjunction with We Love Aintree, the Caroline Springs Scout Group, Carline Springs RSL and Sikh Temple, we’re hoping to forge commitments together as a community to protect this natural resource.
A huge thank you to the 300 plus people who came along and participated in National Tree Day 2019! If anyone is interested in being part of an Aintree Environmental Group, please contact We Love Aintree at www.weloveaintree.org
We want to hear WHAT YOU ❤️ MOST about your new cafe! To enter, make sure you give Aintree Cafe & Garden a 'like' & tell us in 25 words or less what you love! Whether its the staff, the food or what they stand for....we want to hear it???? Winner will receive a $50 voucher to the amazing Aintree Cafe & Garden & will be drawn next Wednesday #socialenterprise #notforprofit #newlocal #free
This is your LAST CHANCE to secure tickets to this Saturday's Free to Feed event at Woodlea!! Not only is this a fun & social experience but it's also supporting such a fantastic cause - read below to see what your much appreciated funds go straight towards ✨secure your tickets here http://bit.ly/2keSeXq
If you have a 'Welcome to Woodlea' Go West Eatery voucher the NEW Aintree Cafe & Garden will happily accept them - but only for a limited time! Head down to your new local to enjoy ethical, organic, fair trade & environmentally sustainable food & drinks
Not many people in Woodlea can say they live down the road from a 16m tall viewing tower that overlooks the entire estate AND has views of the CBD!! If you buy into our current release you'd call this your local park (did we mention there'd also be a jumping pillow!!)... With land in our Closer Release from just $283,600, this pocket of the estate will be snapped up fast! Not only for its idyllic location but also connectivity to Woodlea's Town Centre as well as Caroline Springs. DM us now for all the details ???????????? #urbanliving #epicpark #lovewhereyoulive
SNEAK PEEK - The Aintree Cafe & Garden opens its doors tomorrow! Will you be ordering the decadent Belgian waffles with lemon curd & meringue.. Or perhaps the BIG breakfast with the works? Soak up the sunshine in the beautiful cafe garden, with an EPIC new menu featuring generous options for everyone (including a dedicated kids menu too)! Just #onesleeptogo