Introduction to Greenlink
Greenlink Box Hill Inc. is based in Box Hill, an
eastern suburb of Melbourne, Australia.
Greenlink is a voluntary organisation that works in
conjunction with the City of Whitehorse Parks and Gardens
staff in restoration and management of local flora. Our
activities focus on propagating plants at our nursery and
re-establishing them in their natural habitats throughout
Who can join Greenlink?
We invite interested people of all ages to join our
activities. Everyone can contribute, regardless of their
skills and experience. Working together is not only an
interesting and pleasurable experience but also a great
opportunity to learn about, and re-establish, the
vegetation of the Box Hill district.
To enhance and preserve the natural environment by
propagation of indigenous flora.
To develop an appreciation in the community of the value
of indigenous flora.
To encourage the nurture of existing plant life.
To encourage the development of habitats for the increase
and migration of indigenous fauna.
To propagate and plant out indigenous plants on public
land in the City of Whitehorse.
To encourage and assist the planting of suitable
indigenous plants in private gardens.
To educate the community on the importance and
appropriateness of regenerating the natural environment.
To identify and develop greenways to enable the migration
of wildlife within and across the Municipality.
To communicate with other groups pursuing similar
To co-operate with the City of Whitehorse, and any other
relevant body, in order to further the society's
Membership entitles you to:
Insurance as a member of Greenlink Box Hill Inc when
working on official Greenlink Projects
Attend meetings and vote as a member on issues of policy
Receive the monthly Greenlink newsletter.
Receive discounts on course fees and seminars, such as
those run by Greening Australia.
An example of a Greenlink Project
Revegetation work at Sedgman's Reserve, Box
The same area, one year later
The same area in August 2004
The same area in August 2007