Volunteering for Threatened Flora

In this video, hear from Bellarine Catchment Network and the local ‘Borough Coastcarers’ group, who volunteer their time to protect threatened flora. This group come together each month to remove invasive weeds from Coastal Moonah Woodland habitat, a threatened plant community. For the past year, this group have been working hard to restore habitat at the Narrows in Queenscliff – and their efforts have made a huge difference on this ecosystem. Find out about this group, why they volunteer and the change they have seen.

Marine and Coastal Habitat Ecology and Interpretation

 

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the critters that live on the beach? Join Mike Cleeland from from Bunurong Coast Education as he explores the different beach zones and the unique critters that inhabit each zone. Find out what their adaptive qualities are and how they survive.

Beneath the Waves at Ricketts Point

Join Jack Breedon for this calming journey underwater at Ricketts Point, to discover the beautiful marine life that is just on the doorstep of Melbourne’s CBD.

Turning the Tide with Marine Mammal Conservation

Join Dr Kate Robb and Matt Montemurro from the Marine Mammal Foundation and explore Victoria’s incredible marine mammal biodiversity. Learn about the world-leading research being undertaken by the Marine Mammal Foundation to better conserve and protect Victoria’s marine mammals, and discover how you can get involved and make a positive difference to care for our own watery backyards.

Balcombe Estuary Eel Migration

Join Suzanne Ryan from the Balcombe Estuary Reserves Group to learn about the unique Eels that make their home here and their fascinating story.

Beach Combing for Plastic – What is it and Where’s it from?

Our local beach litter warrior Colleen Hughson will guide you through what marine plastics you are likely to find on the beach and where it may have come from.