Member Groups

Friends of Cape Nelson Landcare/Coastcare Inc

Friends of Cape Nelson Landcare / Coastcare aims to maintain improve and promote the Cape’s great environmental assets and tourist attractions whilst operating as a proactive and cohesive community.

The Group’s current goals are to build on more than 25 years of achievement. To extend our many kilometres of biodiversity corridors, our continuous pest plant …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 »

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 »

Nelson Coastcare Inc

Nelson lies at the heart of some of the most environmentally significant areas of southwestern Victoria, including the Lower Glenelg National Park and the spectacular wilderness of the Discovery Bay Coastal Park.

Nelson Coastcare was founded in 2010 by Nelson resident, the late Leila Huebner, OAM. Her goal was to secure protection for the Long …Read more »

Point Danger Committee of Management

The Point Danger Committee of Management is a ministerial appointment every three years of members representing key stakeholder groups for the Reserve and neighbouring land areas contributing significantly to the overall ecology of the area by extending the habitat range for species and providing greater habitat connectivity.

The Point Danger Coastal Reserve is 182 Ha …Read more »

Portland Coastal Cliffs Inc.

About Us

We are a dedicated team of hard working locals who are working towards improving the habitat and recreational values of the Nuns beach area.

Together we are aiming to restore the Portland beach and cliff base area through community involvement, support and action. The current focus is to continue to remove the Sea …Read more »

Portland Field Naturalists' Club

Portland Field Naturalists’ Club (PFNC) was formed in 1945 out of concern for the future of native vegetation in  the region, in the face of post war development.

Purpose

PFNC is comitted to the appreciation, protection and enhancement of our natural environment. This is achieved through advocacy, outings, surveys, gaining and sharing knowledge, participation …Read more »

South West Woody Weeds Action Team (SWWAT)

Group History:

SWWAT started up in April 2019 with the intention of raising awareness of Sweet Pittosporum and other woody weeds and implementing an on-ground works programs.

The group is headed up by local Fisherman Garry Kerr. Garry is the founder of the organisation and is supported by a great team. The group has a …Read more »

Tarragal Landcare Group

The Tarragal Landcare Group formed in 2005; to maintain the existing vegetation in the landscape, to restore the connectivity in the landscape and to provide opportunities for like-minded people to share experiences with one another.

Purpose

The group initially formed to provide a co -ordinated approach to on ground landscape scale projects within the cashmore …Read more »

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