Month: July 2020

Chemical-free weed treatment in prominent bush-play area, provided just in time to stop Nettle stings for children in lockdown.

Gresswell Forest Nature Play Area is located in the suburb of Watsonia, in Melbourne’s north-east.  It is a remnant patch of bushland, with a series of nature play experiences amongst a lush bush setting, where children can hunt for wildflowers, collect feathers, climb trees and discover the local wildlife. Due to its popularity and close…
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Melbourne Water – Reimagining Your Creek

Acacia has been selected as the revegetation company to complete the first two of Melbourne Water’s exciting Reimagining Your Creekline Projects. The selection was based on capacity, demonstrated safety on previous projects including Merri Creek and Dandenong Valley Parkland. Download the full case study here

Development Melbourne Water Capital Revegetation Projects

In 2018, Acacia Environmental Management was contracted to install bird exclusion netting and plant approximately 60,000 plants atBrushy Creek Wetland in Wonga Park. After a failed planting projects within the wetland, Acacia was contracted to design, construct and install four nets equating to approximately 50,000m2. The large scale of the netting structures required innovative design…
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Development and implementation of a vegetation management plan for Parks Victoria

Acacia was engaged to develop a vegetation management plan for their client, Parks Victoria, containing a set of priority management areas and actions that collated previous research, community-based knowledge and regulatory requirements into a single document.This was to cover all three reserves within the local cluster of open space under single management.  Download the full…
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Reimagining Arnold’s Creek with Melbourne Water

Acacia was approached by Melbourne Water to implement on-ground works to establish a native vegetation profile, in support of their goals. These included: Establishing ‘wet habitat’ to cater for and heavily expand existing flora attract new fauna; the planting of an adapted urban forest and groundcover to combat the urban heat island effect and to…
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