Wilsons Promontory Surveys
The sessile flora and fauna of five sites on deep subtidal reefs within Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park (MNP) have been video surveyed by remote operated vehicle (ROV).
The surveys were carried out for comparison to the biota in Port Phillip Heads as part of the impact and recovery assessment for the Port Phillip Heads Channel Deepening Project.
Five sites within Wilsons Promontory MNP, West Kanowna Island, Roaring Meg East, Southeast Landing, Church Rocks and Waterloo Bay North were surveyed in 2002 and again 2009 with the exception of Kanowna Island.
The surveys were commissioned by Port of Melbourne and two more surveys are scheduled in 2013 and 2019.
21 Nov 2014 - 23 Nov 2014
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22 Nov 2014 8:00am-9:00am
parkrun is free, weekly, 5km timed run that is open to everyone - walkers, runners, families and dogs are all welcome! Westerfolds parkrun occurs every Saturday morning. We're based near the main carpark off the Fitzsimons Lane entrance, and the course is run entirely on sealed paths within the park.
24 Nov 2014 8:00am - 27 Nov 2014 6:00pm
Support the recovery of native mammals, birds and reptiles through hands-on conservation on the Glenelg Ark project. Experience the best that South-west Victoria has to offer, including the magnificent Cape Nelson Lighthouse, volcanic features of Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve, picturesque surrounds of Cape Bridgewater, and one of Australia’s largest Fur…