Environment Park Subotopic Layout
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The vegetation communities in the park are mainly Grassy Woodlands of River Red Gum and Manna Gum that have survived in small areas of the park.
One threatened bird species seen in Westerfolds Park is the Swift Parrot, which plays a significant role in controlling the populations of native insects that feast on the leaves of the native trees. The Powerful Owl has been seen in the park. Westerfolds Park is home to a resident population of Eastern Grey Kangaroos.
12 Feb 2014
It’s been another successful Summer by the Sea holiday program at Foster and Wilsons Promontory, thanks to the efforts of Parks Victoria’s Summer Rangers. The seasonal program is designed to engage and educate through show-casing the local marine environment. It is run in partnership with the Department of Environment and…