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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.”

Upper MPC Shared Path

Upper MPC Shared Path Work continues to improve the shared path and trail in the northern sections of Moonee Ponds Creek. We are fortunate to have a shared path or trail for almost all the Creek’s length, offering exploration and recreation opportunities along this iconic corridor. However, there are some significant breaks in the trail: …

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Strategic Review for Chain of Ponds

Strategic Review for Chain of Ponds The Chain of Ponds Strategic Review Working Groups has been busy through September and early October conducting a thorough strategic review process. The group, comprising of Geraldine Plas (Melbourne Water), Alex English (Moreland City Council), Andrew Hickey (Greater Western Water) and Rachel Lopes (Chain of Ponds / Greater Western …

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Reimagining Your Creek

Reimagining Your Creek The exciting Reimagining Moonee Ponds Creek project, led by Melbourne Water on behalf of the Chain of Ponds Collaboration and DELWP, aims to transform a section of Moonee Ponds Creek  into a more natural form. Melbourne Water recently undertook a two-phase community consultation process with the community to ensure that the proposed …

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