Kinbrook’s natural assets inspire a healthy and relaxed approach to life. Thoughtful urban planning places two parks within Kinbrook, in addition to the John Laffan Reserve, Klandy Drive Park and Merri Creek trails next door. Its neighbourhoods embrace wide streets where you’ll find backyards are bigger and perfect for games and summer bbq’s.
Framed by landmark green hillsides and River Red gums, Kinbrook is where Merri Creek merges with an array of green spaces. Neighbours stop to say hello under a shade tree, sports grounds are buzzing with activity and the sounds of nature greet you every morning.
Significant areas of wetlands and green spaces surrounding Kinbrook will be protected to support the long-term conservation of the Merri Creek wetlands, waterways and native grasslands. Carefully introduced paths, trails, bridges and boardwalks will bring people closer to nature while preserving the precinct’s rare, natural assets.
Creating better habitats for indigenous species like the endangered Growling Tree Frog, local River Red gums and flora will increase biodiversity and restore natural balance for everyone to enjoy.
Listed as a site of “Regional Biological Significance”, the area is an important habitat for native flora and fauna.
The wider area includes conservation areas protecting the endangered Growling Grass Frog, native to the region.
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