Royal Park Protection Group


River GumEstablished in 1996 to protect, regenerate and conserve the Royal Park as a unique, indigenous, central city park for present and future generations.
Oppose alienation of parkland by government, commercial, sporting and other bodies to:-

  • Ensure development consistent with principles of the 1987 Royal Park Master Plan, and provide –
  • Public access consistent with the terms of the establishment of the Royal Park.

Registration No A0035478L
PO Box 197 Parkville 3052

Brens Remnant Area Planting
paul paul 2 weeks ago

Nearly a year ago we were successful in the Communities Environment Program awarding us monies to revegetate the Brens Remnant area to provide habitat and food for birds and insects.  We have pu… Read More

Happy Birthday Paul P!
paul paul 3 weeks ago

About our Paul what can you say He works for the environment every day Well believe it or not, this sprightly man This Saturday marks an eighty year span Life lived to the full with energ… Read More

RPPG Working Bee 18 Nov 10am
paul paul 5 months ago

At last an opportunity to work in the park again! When: Wednesday Nov 18th Time: 10am to 12 noon Where: Meet at the Walmsley House, 161 Gatehouse St, Parkville (Royal Parade e… Read More

RPPG Working Bees
paul paul 10 months ago

NOTE WORKING BEES ON HOLD TILL LIFTING OF ST 4 RESTRICTIONSSTAY SAFE! SEE YOU SOON. Working bees in Royal Park are held regularly. When: first and third Wednesdays of each month Time: 10am… Read More

RPPG Working Bee 18 Sept 10am
paul paul 2 years ago

The next working bee will be at the Brens Remnant Native Vegetation site. When: Wednesday 18 September Time: 10am-12noon Where: Meet at park end of St Georges Grove, Parkville West Contac… Read More