Volunteering with FMV - Friends of the Maribyrnong Valley

On-Ground Volunteering with FMV

Each site will have signs indicating that volunteering is occurring, with some arrows to pointing you in the right direction.

Volunteers are asked to bring their own gardening gloves, if possible, wear suitable shoes, (runners are fine) and wear long trousers and a long sleeve top. As the weather is warming (a bit) you may need a hat, sunscreen and your water bottle.  Shorts, minis and thongs just won’t cut it!

FMV recommend using a hand sanitiser especially if sharing tools.  Feel free to wear a mask.

FMV provide metal buckets with tools for regular working bee crew.

We will provide tea, coffee, milk, sugar, and hot water, but please bring your own cup as well as any additional snacks needed to help keep your energy levels up!

Please leave your four-legged furry friends at home unless they can dig holes, weed, plant or serve morning tea and do the dishes!

Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by an adult.

Sites vary due to weather conditions and maintenance required, but are generally flat and easily accessible.

Email Maelor at info@fmvonline.com in advance and he will let you know where we are volunteering on the day you can attend.

We look forward to welcoming you to the FMV Team.

FMV Online - On Ground Volunteering with FMV Under COVID 19 Rules Page

Tuesdays - From February till end of November

Sites vary due to weather conditions and what maintenance is required.

Working bees with Maribyrnong City Council 9:30am till 12 noon.

Pipemakers Park, Van Ness Ave, Maribyrnong,
(Melway map 28 B10).

Burndap Reserve Edgewater Maribyrnong. 

Braybrook Escarpment Maribyrnong River, between the Medway Golf Course and the river.

Enter from Cranwell Reserve.

Melway map 27 F9 and follow signs on the path.

FMV Online - Volunteering

Wednesdays - From February till end of November

Sites vary due to weather conditions and what maintenance is required.

Times for all sites: 9:30am till 12 noon.

Working bees with Brimbank City Council, Port Phillip and Westernport Catchment Management Authority, & Melbourne Water sites.

Canning Street Reserve Avondale Heights (Melway map 27 G7).

Warrick Crt. Car Park Avondale Heights (Melways map 27 H4) Follow the signs.

Caroline Chisholm Reserve Flora Street, Keilor. (Melway map 14 J7 or K6).

Sydenham Park Kings Road Keilor North Melways Map 26 D11.

Email Maelor at info@fmvonline.com in advance and he will let you know where to find us on the day you can attend.

Volunteer Story & Photo