Summer by the Sea success


More than 200 beachgoers took part in GORCC led and funded environmental education activities this summer as part of the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning and Parks Victoria 2016 Summer by the Sea (SBTS) program.

GORCC funded and hosted 20 local activities as part of the state-wide program,  offering an array of adventures ranging from stand-up paddle boarding to fossil hunting.

GORCC has seen a strong turn out for the free experiences, with the forest adventure walk at Queens Park and the Jan Juc bush food and fossil hunting were as the most popular activities this year.

Check out a gallery of images from the 2016 program below (click on the photos to view larger images).

Want to find out more about GORCC’s education programs? Visit our website for more information.

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