The Koori Student Garden is a garden designed and planted by primary and secondary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from government schools in the City of Melton. The plants are all indigenous to the region. The garden was planted in September 2013. The Aboriginal elements in the garden include a snake path, three meeting circles, a yellow semi-circular path and a circular dry creek bed. The recreational BBQs and lake are also major features of this area of the garden. The Fluker Post is adjacent to the public amenities which feature an Aboriginal mural and language map on the external walls. The Victorian Volcanic Plains Garden is on the north side of the concrete path.