Come and join us at Tarralla Creek

Bring your family and friends and join us for some fun, creative arts workshops where you get to explore, create, learn, share and even inspire others, with your stories or ideas for Tarralla Creek.

Tarralla Flow is a creative community arts project led by Maroondah City Council developed in partnership with Melbourne Water and the Reimagining Tarralla Creek project.

Workshops will be held from 30 March to 14 April, 2019 including:

Saturday 30 March, 10 to 12pm & 1 to 3pm - Tarralla Lines: Writing and Storytelling with Richard Holt

Sunday 31 March, 10 to 12pm & 1 to 3pm - Whispering in the wind: Make and decorate flags with artist Anne Riggs

Wednesday 3 April, 2pm to 4pm - Awash with words: pop-up performances with Richard Holt

Saturday 6 April, 10am to 12pm - Weaving Workshops with Aunty Irene Norman

Sunday 7 April, 10am to 12pm - Weaving Workshops with Aunty Irene Norman

Wednesday 10 April, 2pm to 4pm - Awash with words: pop-up performances with Richard Holt

Saturday 13 April, 10am to 3pm - Tarralla Lines: Writing and storytelling with Richard Holt

Sunday 14 April, 10am to 3pm - In the water: Small sculptural artworks from natural materials with Anne Riggs.

For further details visit the Maroondah Council Website.

We're committed to enhancing life and liveability by working with the community and project partners to transform a two kilometre section of Tarralla Creek into a fun and friendly open space and waterway.

The section to be reimagined extends from Dorset Road to Eastfield Road, Croydon.

We will enhance the area by adopting contemporary urban design and landscaping ideas and incorporating suggestions from the community.

Reimagining Tarralla Creek is the third project launched this year and is part of our Reimagining Your Creeks program.

project area map for Reimagining Tarralla Creek