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Wimmera Four Wheel Drive Club

For information from Parks Victoria contact the Halls Gap Office on (03) 5361 4000.

This group is associated with the Grampians National Park.

 

Contact details

Address: PO Box 647, Horsham VIC 3401
Contact: Andrea Marshall
Email: President@wimmera4wdclub.org.au

 

 

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Chooks enjoying the fresh grass pad Click to view the news RSS feed.

Volunteers revive Werribee Park’s oldest Precinct

14 May 2015

It’s National Volunteers Week and Parks Victoria is recognising the huge contribution they make in parks and reserves across the state. Two very different groups of keen volunteers are reviving the historic homestead precinct of Werribee Park. It’s just a short walk from the Mansion down to the original houses,…

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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…