Gramatan Avenue Heathland Sanctuary

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A List of indigenous and exotic plants in,
and a history of, the Gramatan Avenue Heathland Sanctuary


Letter from Dr Jim Willis to Mrs E. Hosking, President, Beaumaris Tree Preservation Society, supporting creation of the Gramatan Avenue Heathland Sanctuary


Letter from Professor John Turner to the former Sandringham City Council, supporting creation of the Gramatan Avenue Heathland Sanctuary


Letter from Professor John Turner to Mr (later Sir Robert) Blackwood, requesting his assistance with the creation of the Gramatan Avenue Sanctuary*Lease by Sandringham City Council to Beaumaris Conservation Society trustees of the Gramatan Avenue Heathland Sanctuary, from 1960-90 *1989 letter from BCS to Victoria’s Planning Minister supporting Sandringham City Council’s proposal for a “Conservation” zoning to replace the Residential Zoning of the Gramatan Avenue Heathland Sanctuary, which led to the Sanctuary’s present Public Conservation and Resource Zone (PCRZ) and VPO2 Overlay


Gramatan Avenue Heathland Sanctuary Management Plan – Bayside City Council


Google satellite view of the Gramatan Avenue Heathland Sanctuary


Photo of Beaumaris Tree Preservation Society members at work in Gramatan Av. Heathland Sanctuary


Heathland Reserves around Port Phillip