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Princetown Landcare Group

For information from Parks Victoria contact Ranger Trevor Graham on (03) 5558 6333.

This group is associated with Port Campbell National Park.


Contact details

Address: C/- RRN 6583 Great Ocean Road, Lower Gellibrand 3237
Contact: Judy Spafford
Phone: (03) 5237 5258



Visitor experiences

Ian Grenda demonstrating injection treatment on Wheel Cactus Click to view the news RSS feed.

Cactus Warriors success in Maldon

11 Oct 2016

Driving through regional Victoria it’s common to see large clumps of spiky cactus springing up beside the road or vast fields of impenetrable tangled mess. Wheel Cactus is a common site in central Victoria. It has large round discs and has been the enemy of the ‘Cactus Warriors’ for more…

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What Was That!

9 Sep 2016 8:00pm - 29 Oct 2016 8:00am

Fun scary play based on the history of the Mansion. Follow the actors throughout the Mansion and the story unfolds as you move from room to room.

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Down to Earth

24 Sep 2016 8:00pm - 17 Dec 2016 8:30pm

Down to Earth is a theatrical production performed at the Werribee Park farm at night. Set in 1862 it combines the history of the farm with interactive comedy and scary elements. Suitable ages 10 and up. Dates available 24 sept, 14, 22 October, 4 November 9 and 17 December.

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Lost Lands

29 Oct 2016 8:00am - 31 Oct 2016 7:00am

A ticketed event that provides lots of activities and entertainment for the whole family. Accommodation including camping, glamping and VIP suites available.

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Wilsons Promontory National Park Conservation Action Plan

29 Oct 2016 11:00am-12:00pm

Come along to hear about the Wilsons Promontory Conservation Action Plan, a new approach designed to improve the health of ecosystems at the Prom. An informative and interactive session presented by Phil Pegler, Manager - Environment & Conservation and Jim Whelan, Ecological Restoration Project Officer.