Immerse in well-being and biodiversity awareness at Edwards Point Wildlife Reserve, in conjunction with Parks Victoria. Craft seed bombs and cards with sustainable designer Emma Grace, filled with native plants to enhance biodiversity. Engage in a therapeutic weeding session for relaxation and nature connection. Focus on RAMSAR habitats supporting migratory birds and local Bellarine wildlife. Open to families and all ages, come support yourself and nature!
** Key Highlights ** Get outdoors and immerse your mind in nature. Free seed bombs & cards to take home for your garden. Explore stunning beach views at Edwards Point Reserve. Free morning tea & light lunch. 🌿🌸 Take a step towards well-being and conservation. Nurture your mental health, and contribute to a brighter, greener future 🌸🌿 Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries.
Discover the captivating world of the critically endangered Orange-Bellied Parrot at Edwards Point Wildlife Reserve alongside Parks Victoria Rangers. Immerse yourself in an educational session led by the Corangamite Catchment Management Authority, experts dedicated to safeguarding this bird's habitat. Learn about the parrot's migratory journey, explore Edwards Point and its vital saltmarsh-wetland ecosystem, and make a direct impact through a hands-on weeding activity. Together, we can protect this species and its habitat for a brighter future.
** Key Highlights ** Educational session by Corangamite Catchment Management Authority. Habitat exploration at Edwards Point Wildlife Reserve. Guided hands-on weeding activity for habitat restoration. Free lunch and morning tea. 🦜🌎 All are welcome! Register now to be part of our Orange-Bellied Parrot conservation endeavour 🌎🦜 Contact email@example.com for enquiries.
Join us for a day of wetland rehabilitation at Murtnaghurt Lagoon, adjoining Lake Connewarre. This culturally significant area for Wadawurrung Traditional Owners provides important feeding and breeding habitat for native fish and a number of wetland-dependent bird species, including rare and endangered flora and fauna.
Together with Parks Victoria rangers we will be hosting a day of weed extraction where volunteers can actively help preserve and protect this important wetland. Followed by a morning tea and the opportunity to explore and survey the stunning flora and fauna that call this area home.
Join us at Edwards Point Wildlife Reserve to help restore the last remaining stand of coastal woodland on the Bellarine Peninsula. We're teaming up with the Friends of Edwards Point and Parks Victoria for a day of weeding, followed by morning tea and the chance to explore and beautiful beach side location.
The Two Bays Lookout provides visitors with breath taking views of both Port Phillip and Swan Bay, where you can discover remote beaches that are home to resident and migratory wader birds. The reserve is a Ramsar site and an international flyway, making it an incredibly significant location to protect and conserve.
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Celebrate National Tree Day with us and join our Tree Planting Event. Help restore the private land around Lake Connewarre, a remarkable site that backs onto one of Victoria's most significant wetlands. Together, we can make a positive impact to increase natural habitats for our native birds.
Participate in a native flora and tree planting blitz, followed by a morning tea and a site tour of the stunning lakeside property. We'll also have a look out for native birds around the site so bring your binoculars and enjoy the beautiful scenery. All ages are welcome, bring the family and have a fun day out!
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Join Conservation Volunteers Australia for a unique volunteering opportunity at our NAIDOC Celebration Day, located at Taits Point, overlooking Lake Connewarre. This wetland location is a RAMSAR site for migratory birds and holds important ecological and cultural significance, particularly to indigenous ancestors.
We will begin the day with a smoking ceremony, Welcome to Country, and cultural education session provided by the Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Corp. Afterward, volunteers will enjoy a bush tucker themed morning tea and tasting, and have the opportunity to explore the parkland. Don't miss this chance to connect with the community and honor the cultural history of Lake Connewarre.
Hope to see you there!
Come and celebrate World Environment Day with us at Lake Connewarre! We're inviting all volunteers to join us in restoring the ecologically significant wetland by planting native seedlings. With your help, we can make a positive and lasting impact on this remarkable Ramsar site for migratory birds.
Our grateful landholders will provide all equipment and a delicious lunch, so all you need to bring is yourself. We're excited to work together to maintain and restore habitat connectivity and biodiversity of the wetland's surrounding ecosystem. All ages welcome.
Join Conservation Volunteers Australia for a day of giving back to the environment and connecting with nature at Murtnaghurt Lagoon. This culturally significant area for Wadawurrung Traditional Owners provides important feeding and breeding habitat for native fish and a number of wetland-dependent bird species, including rare and endangered flora and fauna.
Together with Parks Victoria we will be hosting a day of weed extraction where volunteers can actively help preserve and protect this important wetland. Followed by a morning tea and the opportunity to explore and survey the stunning flora and fauna that call this area home.
Look forward to seeing you there!
Join Conservation Volunteers Australia for our free event to help restore the private land around Lake Connewarre Wetlands. The remarkable Lake Connewarre is one of Victoria's most significant wetlands and a Ramsar site for migratory birds. Private landholders need our help to maintain and restore habitat connectivity and biodiversity of the wetland's surrounding ecosystem.
We will be participating in the cut and paint of woody weeds to help keep invasive species at bay and prepare for the future planting of native flora. A lunch will be provided by our grateful landholders, followed by a flora walk to explore the surrounding plant biodiversity.
Register to receive exact address. Look forward to seeing you there!