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Friends of Mud Islands

The group meet on the fourth Sunday of every month from 9.30 am to 4.00 pm at Mud Islands Wildlife Reserve (Melways Key Map: page 16).

They remove weeds and undertake revegetation, sign maintenance, sea grass monitoring, litter collection and annual bird counting.

Bookings must be made before 8.00 pm on the Wednesday prior to the trip. Wear suitable clothing and footwear for outdoor activities and bring mosquito repellent, sun hat, food and drink.

Contact details

Address: PO Box 2010, Geelong 3220
Contact: Parks Victoria Ranger Lachlan Jackson
Phone: (03) 5215 5100
Website: home.vicnet.net.au/%7Efomi/

 

 

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