• Valley Reserve Nature Walk

    Location visible to members

    At the top of the track you will come to a lovely water hole. Look carefully for the resident Kookaburra family that lives here! A feature of this walk is the wonderful grasslands, ideal for picnics. Keep to this track which does a loop around the natural conservation area. Look out for resident plant species including the Dotted Sun Orchid, Pink Bells, Kangaroo Apple, Chocolate Lily and the Hyacinth Orchid. ​ Look forward to you joining us!

  • The Obesity Epidemic

    310 Burwood Hwy

    As people are getting bigger and fatter, more and more children are becoming overweight and obese in Australia. Learn about the factors that you can change to improve your child's chances of staying a healthy weight. Dr. Jimmy Lam works as a GP in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne. Having worked in various medical jobs, he has seen that prevention is better than cure. He has spoken internationally on health and lifestyle, and is passionate about helping people on their journey to reaching optimum whole person health.

  • Tirhatuan Park Nature Walk

    Tirhatuan Park

    The walk starts and ends at the Tirhatuan Park carpark, playground and picnic area. To the left of the toilet block, the gravel path leads you alongside Dandenong Creek. A short way along take the path to your right. A little way along this path, turn left and you are now on a boardwalk over a small wetland area. There is a chair here for you to sit quietly and spot the birds, frogs and insects around you.

  • Tirhatuan Park Nature Walk

    Tirhatuan Park

    The walk starts and ends at the Tirhatuan Park carpark, playground and picnic area. To the left of the toilet block, the gravel path leads you alongside Dandenong Creek. A short way along take the path to your right. A little way along this path, turn left and you are now on a boardwalk over a small wetland area. There is a chair here for you to sit quietly and spot the birds, frogs and insects around you.

  • Healthy Brain: Nurturing Your Child's Development

    310 Burwood Hwy

    The right care for children starting from birth continuing through childhood ensures the child’s brain grows well and reaches its full potential. Early experiences including diet & environmental exposures can deeply affect the development of brain architecture which in turn affects your child’s ability to thrive. In this health seminar, Dr. Aaron Koh will explore how you can optimise your child’s brain development. Dr. Aaron is a practicing GP in the suburb of Chadstone. A Monash Alumni and a member of Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine (ASLM), Dr. Aaron Koh has a special interest in preventative & lifestyle medicine. Over the past 4 years, he has been actively involved in organising and speaking for community health awareness programs in Melbourne.

  • Tirhatuan Park Nature Walk

    Tirhatuan Park

    The walk starts and ends at the Tirhatuan Park carpark, playground and picnic area. To the left of the toilet block, the gravel path leads you alongside Dandenong Creek. A short way along take the path to your right. A little way along this path, turn left and you are now on a boardwalk over a small wetland area. There is a chair here for you to sit quietly and spot the birds, frogs and insects around you.

  • Tirhatuan Park Nature Walk

    Tirhatuan Park

    The walk starts and ends at the Tirhatuan Park carpark, playground and picnic area. To the left of the toilet block, the gravel path leads you alongside Dandenong Creek. A short way along take the path to your right. A little way along this path, turn left and you are now on a boardwalk over a small wetland area. There is a chair here for you to sit quietly and spot the birds, frogs and insects around you.

  • Tirhatuan Park Nature Walk

    Tirhatuan Park

    The walk starts and ends at the Tirhatuan Park carpark, playground and picnic area. To the left of the toilet block, the gravel path leads you alongside Dandenong Creek. A short way along take the path to your right. A little way along this path, turn left and you are now on a boardwalk over a small wetland area. There is a chair here for you to sit quietly and spot the birds, frogs and insects around you.