FRIENDS OF ELIZABETH BRIDGE RESERVE
The Friends Of Elizabeth Bridge Reserve are a like minded group of local people interested in maintaining and improving the look and facilities of what is one of the nicest Reserves in the Shire of Yarra Ranges. The Friends group ticked over 10 years in 2015. The Reserve is located in Durham Rd Kilsyth, 3137. (Melway Reference 51 J4). The total area of the Reserve is 6.85 ha. The Reserve incorporates a storm water retarding basin and wetlands integrated with the existing lake and park area. This provides a habitat for water birds including ducks and water hens, as well as long necked turtles. It also has a large playground area for younger children, plus a BBQ and picnic tables for the whole family, or for community groups.
Next Friend's Activity:

Member's working bees will be on the first Sunday of the month through 2016 ( except January ). See you in the car park or at the tool shed at 2.00 PM.

 

Activity: Sunday 2 nd October 2016. Join others with an interest in the Reserve and nearby places. On the  working bee we will plant the 100 extra plants from the  Candlebark Nursery, supplied by  the Yarra Ranges Council, and other tasks around the Reserve.
Our Aims:

Saving An Extension To The Reserve:

Access To The Reserve:

Attractions Of The Reserve:

New Playground Equipment

Friends Of Elizabeth Bridge Reserve Activity Calendar:

Reed Removal From Main Lake

Major Desilting Works

Rehabilitation Around The Settlement Ponds

Pembroke / Yarra Hills S/C

Working Bees:

Effect Of Rain February 2011

Western Garden Bed:

Friends & Yarra Ranges Council Works Program:

Joining The Friends Group:

Fungi At The Reserve

Photos Of The Reserve

Early History Of The Reserve

Birds Observed At Elizabeth Bridge Reserve:

Plants Ready For June 2011 Planting

Plants Ordered For June 2011 Planting

Typical Plants Found In The Reserve

The Bridge Community Garden Centre