The Cooleman Ridge Parkcare Group has defined several special "group areas" on the ridge. These are:
They are simply named after the street from which they are accessed.
The main purpose of these Group Areas is to be the venue for one of our regular monthly group meetings. The group generally rotates through each of these group areas, progressing from west to east, over a period of approximately six months. Each group area is therefore visited approximately 2 or 3 times a year.
The location for these groups areas have been selected based on a variety of criteria. These include:
The Group Areas are an important part of the groups strategy to rehabilitate the ridge. The main functions of the Group Work Areas include the following:
The Group Areas were established shortly after the 2003 bushfires. The areas have each now been worked on multiple times over the years and have shown major improvements, with some of the areas now being very close to their original state.
The long term goal for the Group Areas areas is to progressively expand them and then ultimately link them with one another to form a single large continuous area of high quality native vegetation.
The following map displays the Group Areas. You can click on a coloured area for more specific information about each of the group areas.