Volunteer today! Photo gallery

Dedicated environmental volunteers have once again donated their time and effort to help keep the Great Ocean Road beautiful.

A dozen Lornecare volunteers of all ages spent their sunny Sunday morning removing invasive species cakile and coastal tea-tree from beach areas.

Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC) Conservation Supervisor Georgie Beale joined the team of volunteers and captured the day in a series of photos.

Click on the photos in the gallery below to view in full.

Do you have a love of the outdoors and a passion for the environment? Take part in a working bee and start making a difference. You don’t have to be experienced or an expert, there’s plenty of opportunities for new members to grow and learn.

Volunteer groups along our coast carry out a variety of roles in many different areas. Activities may include:

  • Weeding
  • Revegetation
  • Developing facilities such as walking tracks
  • Preventing erosion
  • Participating in informative walks,
  • Monitoring native birds and animals
  • Attending meeting and social events.

And much more!

Even if you only have one day or a weekend to spare, volunteer groups would love to hear from you! You can become a regular participant, or help out when and where you can.

Lornecare hold working bees on the 3rd Sunday of each month and welcome new members. If you’re interested contact Alain Purnell on 0417 031 905 or Michael Callanan on 0408 891 886 to find out more!

Check out our full list of environmental volunteers here and start giving back to our beautiful coast!

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