Council is an active stakeholder with the Port Phillip and Western Port Catchment Management Authority and other municipal councils, government agencies and community organisations on the Living Links Project, which is an urban nature project working to create a web of green spaces across Melbourne’s south-east. By linking up the many parks, reserves and other natural places, it aims to make the area a world-class urban ecosystem. This will improve habitat for wildlife and make it easier for people to connect with nature as part of their daily lives.
Kingston Council has 3 major corridors within its borders:
- Port Phillip Bay Foreshore,
- Mordialloc Creek
- Patterson River which includes Edithvale-Seaford Wetlands.
Further information can be found on the Living Links website www.livinglinks.com.au