Partner organisations

Key projects on the go

Working Groups beavering away

Welcome to the Chain of Ponds Collaboration

The Chain of Ponds Collaboration is an ambitious collaboration working to transform the Moonee Ponds Creek into an iconic waterway for Melbourne that provides high social, cultural and environmental benefits.

The collaboration includes representatives from local and state government, community groups, not-for-profits, water authorities and research organisations — all with a strong interest in improving the Moonee Ponds Creek.

“…this process has demonstrated what it takes to achieve true collaboration and how valuable the extra effort put in to collaboration can be to achieving different outcomes.”

$2.1million announced for the creek

$2.1 million announced for the creek 2 August 2023 Wonderful news from the Hon. Tanya Plibersek MP and Mr Peter Khalil MP announcing a further $2.1 million to improve the health of Moonee Ponds Creek. Congratulations to all Chain of Ponds’ partners for continuing to transform the Moonee Ponds Creek.   RESTORING MELBOURNE’S MOONEE PONDS …

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Council gives space back to creek and community

Council gives space back to creek and community Merri-bek City Council have decided to turn all 1500 square metres of land at 2a John Street, Oak Park into open space for our community. $128,000 will be spent to create a space with seating, signage, a drinking fountain, vegetation and an accessible path that connects to …

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Getting to know – Kaye Oddie

Getting to know – Kaye Oddie Kaye Oddie is a dedicated local resident who has been advocating for the protection and improvement of the Moonee Ponds Creek for over 30 years! Kaye, member and former secretary of The Friends of Moonee Ponds Creek, is actively involved with the group, and at the moment is busy …

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