group-member | 12th Jul, 2016

Mullum Branch, Australian Conservation Foundation

The Mullum Branch of the Australian Conservation Foundation was established in 1986 in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. It has been involved in a wide range of issues from local to international and has established its credibility by constructively pursuing solutions to problems and developing co-operative working relationships.

ACF logo2Its major recent successes have been the listing [in 2008] of the ‘Chariot Wheels’ plant as an endangered species and its successful [1996-2001] campaign to preserve the Mullum Mullum Valley bushland. Recent submissions to government have been on the Green Papers on the ‘Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme’ and on ‘Land & Biodiversity in a time of Climate Change’.


Phone: +613 9802 0794

Email: [email protected]

Address: 24 Baranbali Rd, Vermont South, VIC 3133