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Friends of Churchill Island

Established in 1980, Friends of Churchill Island (FOCIS) is active in raising funds and providing an opportunity for people interested in the historical significance and the exquisite natural beauty of Churchill Island to get involved and to make a difference.

FOCIS works along side the Phillip Island Nature Park (PINP) which manages and maintains Churchill Island as one of its premier attractions and helps to guide PINP in the preservation of all historical aspects of the Island.

 

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Website: friendsofchurchillisland.org.au

 

 

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