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Surfers Appreciating Natural Environment (SANE)

For information from Parks Victoria contact Ranger Emma Danby on 13 1963.

This group is associated with the Great Otway National Park.

 

Contact details

Address: PO Box 347, Torquay
Contact: Graeme Stockton
Phone: 0425 752 648
Email: graemes@pipeline.com.au
Website: www.sanesurfers.org

 

 

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All aboard the Vaughan Mineral Springs Reserve miniature train this Father’s Day

27 Aug 2014

Vaughan Springs has had some special attention lately from the Friends of Vaughan Springs together with Parks Victoria. The Open Day is planned for Sunday 7 September where visitors can enjoy the peaceful surroundings and ride the historic train. The Friends of Vaughan Springs recently reformed with the view to…

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Park Explorer - Werribee Park

22 Sep 2014 12:00am - 5 Oct 2014 12:00am

Drop in and pick up your explorer pack from the Mansion with activity sheets, magnifying glass and pencil. Complete the activities and return the pack to collect some Junior Ranger goodies. Activities are available every day of the school holidays.

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Discover spring at the Prom with Ranger guided activities for children and families.

22 Sep 2014 12:00am - 3 Oct 2014 12:00am

Parks Victoria’s Discovery program is designed to encourage kids and adults to explore Victoria’s parks with a ranger. Whether it’s discovering mini beasts through a microscope, learning about creatures’ tracks and traces and their habitats, or discovering the fascinating life beneath the sea during a rock pool ramble, kids will…

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Minibeast Discovery - Brimbank Park

30 Sep 2014 10:00am-12:00pm

Join a ranger for an adventure along the Maribyrnong River where you will find tiny creatures that live in the river. These minibeasts are fascinating creatures, and we can use them to see how healthy the river is. Healthy rivers and creeks are essential to keep the plants and animals…

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What is energy? - State Coal Mine

30 Sep 2014 10:30am-12:00pm

Learn about the differences between renewable versus non-renewable energy. What was the State Coal Mine black coal actually used for? How was it used to make energy? Children will be able to construct a kite, decorate it and fly it on top of the mullock heaps after learning about the…