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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.”

Getting to Know Julie Law

Getting to Know Julie Law Julie Law is a long-time friend and advocate of the Moonee Ponds Creek, and one of the first people to be involved in protecting the creek. A local resident of the area, Julie became involved when she attended community planting days and has since fostered a life-long love for the …

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Upper Moonee Ponds Creek Shared Trail

Upper Moonee Ponds Creek Shared Trail – Walk A beautiful day for a walk on Country. The Upper Moonee Ponds Creek Shared Trail Project Group couldn’t have asked for a better day for a walk in the upper catchment to explore the potential starting and finishing point for the trail. On Thursday 1st July, the …

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Planning Controls & Environmental Significance

Strengthening Planning Controls & Moreland Environmental Significance Overlay The Chain of Ponds Collaboration is working towards greater protection of the Moonee Ponds Creek and surrounds. The Planning Controls Working Group is just one part of this effort, and our interest in improving planning controls is to ensure better outcomes from developments and planning decisions along …

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