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VegetationExtensive plantings of indigenous trees and shrubs have been undertaken at Westgate Park. These indigenous species have and continue to be planted into various ecological vegetation communities representative of the south east costal region.
AnimalsAs a result of its regeneration, Westgate Park is now a haven for a variety of bird species including stilts, ibis, spoonbills, ducks, gulls, coots, pelicans, swans and moorhens.
11 Feb 2014
A role-play re-enactment of the horrific Loch Ard shipwreck was just one of the Shipwreck Tales activities for the Summer by the Sea program run for holiday makers along the Victorian coastline. At Loch Ard Gorge in Port Campbell, one of the two survivors from the 1878 shipwreck, Miss Eva…