Greens Bush to Arthurs Seat Biolink

Stepping stones of natural habitat across the Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network’s ‘Greens Bush to Arthurs Seat Biolink’ seeks to improve catchment health and address the lack of landscape connectivity between two significant areas of remnant vegetation the Mornington Peninsula National Park (Greens Bush) and Arthurs Seat State Park. Through revegetation and weeding, and fencing of remnants, a biolink will be created across private property in the project area, benefiting numerous threatened fauna including Powerful owls and Swamp skinks.

This project will help bring to life the exciting vision of the Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network and the community to have a biolink connection along the length of the Mornington Peninsula.

Themes and Local Areas

Primary Theme:Native vegetation
Other Themes:Native animals, Waterways, Communities
Primary Local Area:Mornington Peninsula
Other Local Areas:
Project location:This project will work across the Mornington Peninsula from Greens Bush to Arthurs Seat
Scale of the project:Landscape
New or continuing work:Continuing/building on previous work

Project partners

Lead organisation:Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network
Key partners:Mornington Peninsula Shire Council, Port Phillip & Westernport Catchment Management Authority, Birdlife Australia (Mornington Peninsula branch), Parks Victoria, Chisholm TAFE, Holmesglen TAFE, Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation, Local schools and scout groups
Registered Aboriginal Party/s relevant to the project or its area:Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation

Investment opportunities

Opportunities for investors within this project start from:$$ (Tens of thousands of dollars)
Estimated scale of investment for full project implementation:$$$ (Hundreds of thousands of dollars)
Estimated timeframe for full project implementation:2-10 years

Contribution toward targets

Primary Regional Catchment Strategy target and contribution to its achievement:Major new biolinks – Significant, sustained revegetation programs have been undertaken from 2021 to 2050 and have created numerous major biolinks in priority locations across the region
Relevant Biodiversity 2037 goal:Revegetation of priority areas for connectivity between habitats
Relevant National Landcare Program priority:Soil, biodiversity and vegetation – Projects that will protect and enhance on-farm remnant native vegetation

More information

Contact the Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network