The Friends of Scott Creek Conservation Park are a diverse group of people who have a passion for protecting and enhancing the Park. The group activities include rehabilitation of creek systems and other wetland areas, bush regeneration and a limited amount of tubestock planting of locally indigenous species, to revegetate more degraded areas. There is also monitoring, mapping weed and native species locations and a bird banding program that has been run in the Park since 1993. The group has regular social outings, runs annual public walks in the Park, produces a quarterly newsletter and maintains a web-site, which comprises a wealth of information available to the wider community. Since our foundation in September 1990, we have planted several thousand trees – all indigenous to the area, removed miles of rusty old fencing, and waged a dedicated campaign against a variety of weeds. AND we have fun!