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Wireless Hill is an extremely valuable Banksia Woodland reserve with high biodiversity including large numbers of orchids. The Friends of Wireless Hill work in partnership with the City of Melville to preserve this precious asset. The Friends are extremely pleased … Continue reading
The Friends of Wireless Hill with the WA Wildflower Society will hold our annual guided Wildflower Walk on Sunday 13th September at 9 am. We will meet at the main car park on Almondbury Road. Bring your hat, water and … Continue reading
The Friends of Wireless Hill are holding our annual Wildflower Walk for the public on 7th September. The Walk will be led by guides from the Friends and from the Murdoch branch of the Wildflower Society of Western Australia. Meet … Continue reading
Our Summer Newsletter highlighting plants in flower and reptiles at Wireless Hill is now available through the link below. Newsletter Summer 2013
One of the artists exhibiting in this exhibition was inspired by the flowers of Wireless Hill. The exhibition open this Friday night (30th August) and runs until 22nd September. Make a day of it and enjoy the wildflowers on the … Continue reading
The Friends of Wireless Hill have an agreement with the City of Melville that the Friends will manage the area of best condition bush land at Wireless Hill (Bush Forever site 336) by hand weeding. This area covers almost 7 … Continue reading
Applecross Senior High 2013 The Melville Times recently published an article about the tree plantings at Wireless Hill being undertaken by the students of Applecross Senior High (attached). The school has been involved in this program now for several years … Continue reading
To view our latest Newsletter please click here OR To view our latest Newsletter please click here Newsletter Winter 2013 OR To view our latest Newsletter please browse to our Newsletter page.
Welcome to our new blog, which is part of our website revamp for 2013.