Friends of Ferny Creek was formed by Dandenong Ranges residents concerned about the degraded state of the Ferny Creek watercourse.  The group now also works on Mast Gully Creek.
We are working to improve the flora and fauna habitat in the headwaters of the creeks from their source to where they enter Upwey. 
Regular working bees are held monthly at weekends and during the week by arrangement. These involve weed control and revegetation. All are welcome! Click here to go to the working bee page.

Friends of Ferny Creek plays an advocacy role on issues affecting the creeks. We've received a number of grants for projects including contract weed removal, revegetation and stormwater treatment. We also work with other community groups to foster community education about the creeks and improving their habitat.

The group is incorporated and welcomes new members. Click here for information about how to contact us and become a member. Even if you don't have time to be actively involved, it's a good way of finding out what you can do to remove weeds on your own property. That's an important way of helping too.

News and other information about events and projects are posted on the news page.