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The Southwest Environment Alliance (SEA) represents variety from of a number of groups and passionate individuals who care about the environment. Collectively we advocate protecting, restoring and improving the biodiversity values of this region. The main role of SEA is to provide opportunities for networking and a platform for a coordinated approach to funding applications & local environmental issues.

Our Member Groups

Friends of the Surry Inc.

Friends of the Surry Inc.’ was formed in November 2006 to create a strong voice for the protection of the Surry River’s ecosystem.  Of particular interest was the prevention of illegal river mouth openings that were happening, often at a time that was most detrimental to the aquatic life of the river.  We set out …Read more »

Eumeralla Landcare Group

The Eumeralla Landcare Group provides support and networking opportunities to farmers and Macarthur residents who are interested in carrying out Landcare Projects. The group has supported many local farmers and landholders to deliver revegetation projects; including wildlife corridors and riparian rehabilitation projects and pest plant and animal control projects.

In the township of Macarthur, the …Read more »

Friends of the Great South West Walk

Landcare Cape Bridgewater

This long-term land care program extends restoration of severely eroded areas on Cape Duquesne and north of the Blowholes on Cape Bridgewater by encouraging students from Wesley College, Melbourne to continue a commitment made by that school to restoration of the Cape Bridgewater coastal landscape.

The projects undertaken annually by the Friends …Read more »

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Latest News & Events

Resilient Landscapes support Biodiversity

Over the past few months we have all had the opportunity to slow down, reflect and work from home. Not being in the field has been a big challenge for me! I have really missed my beautiful outside office and the landholders and volunteers I work with.

Hopefully it won't be long now, until …Read more »

A repository for the unique plants of our Cape

This year Cape Nelson Landcare will be undertaking a variety of on ground actions to begin setting up a repository for some of the Capes unique plants.

Cape Nelson is home to a variety of unusual plants including ; the Drooping Velvet bush lasiopetalum schulzenii, Ixodia ixodia achillaeoides subsp alata (Asteraceae), the Otway Bush …Read more »

Community Planting Day 2#

Come and enjoy the great outdoors with us at Picnic Hill, Cape Nelson. You will be helping to plant 750 local plants for wildlife. A great weekend activity for grant parents and grandchildren, active families looking for a fun empowering way to give back to our community. If your young and interested in studying environmental …Read more »

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