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Friends of Baw Baw National Park

Contact Parks Victoria Ranger Andy Gillham on (03) 5165 2254 for more information.

Contact details

Address: 698 Willow Grove Road, Tanjil South 3825
Contact: Eileen Laidlaw
Phone: (03) 5160 1312
Email: eileenlaidlaw@vic.australis.com.au

 

 

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Indigenous Learning and Planting Project at Bunga Arm

27 May 2015

A collaborative planting project has helped local Indigenous rangers gain accreditation towards their Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management. A team of Joint Management Cultural Rangers from the Gunaikurnai Land and Water Aboriginal Corporation, GLaWAC, recently joined forces with Parks Victoria and Greening Australia to plant 5000 indigenous plants…

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What's on for May in Albert Park

1 May 2015 - 31 May 2015

A wide variety of events are held at Albert Park throughout the year. Events range from fun runs and sporting tournaments to other community events. See the full calendar here.

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What's on for June in Albert Park

1 Jun 2015 - 30 Jun 2015

A wide variety of events are held at Albert Park throughout the year. Events range from fun runs and sporting tournaments to other community events. See the full calendar here.

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Bandicoot Night Watch

11 Jun 2015 5:30pm-10:00pm

Evening departure from Melbourne for Woodlands Historic Park, for an exclusive experience led by a Conservation Volunteers Team Leader. We enjoy a light dinner before we learn about the Eastern Barred Bandicoot program under a star-studded sky, on a take a nocturnal spotlight walk through Woodlands Historic Park, and assist…

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Wilsons Prom Hooded Plovers Naturewise

24 Jun 2015 8:30am - 26 Jun 2015 5:30pm

Today the Hooded Plovers struggle to find a bit of undisturbed space on the beach to breed. Their numbers are declining because their nesting failure rate is 90-95% and too few young are added to the population to sustain it. Since 2006, BirdLife Australia has been working with volunteers, land…