The Coastal Moonah Woodland is a plant community that is listed as threatened under the Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988 and can be found in our heathlands along the coast. Read more
Spotlight on Seagrass
Our education team are at it again, finding all sorts of treasures along the coast. This one hails from the Corio Bay but is also an important component of the complex marine ecosystem. Environmental Education Leader Hilary Bouma explains: Read more
Community welcomes new propagation unit
The Anglesea Community Precinct is a hive of activity as the new ANGAIR propagation unit takes shape and is expected to be ready for use in the early New Year. Read more
Coastal Grants now open
Environmental conservation on Surf Coast is set to benefit from the $10,000 in grant funding made available through the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee’s 2016 Coastal Grants Program. Read more
Wildflower and Art Weekend a success!
The annual ANGAIR Wildflower and Art Weekend was greeted with a glorious spring day to welcome locals and visitors to the event.
This year featured a hands-on amphibian, reptile and insect experience by Roaming Reptiles, which was greatly received by children and adults alike. Read more
ANGAIR Wildflower and Art Weekend
It’s back! The annual ANGAIR Wildflower and Art weekend will be held this September. Read more
Anglesea roundabout gets a facelift
More than 90 eucalyptus and wattle trees have been planted on the Forest Road nature strip near the Anglesea/Winchelsea roundabout to offset the installation of the roundabout. Read more
Environmental education benefits community
Lorne and Aireys Inlet P-12 College students have partnered with the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC) to regenerate the Erskine Paddock area in Lorne as part of the Coast Guardians Program – a free educational program, which aims to increase environmental awareness in local schools. Read more
Green Army gets planting
The new Green Army team has joined the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC) to put in 300 new plants around the Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park this winter. Read more
Coast Guardians prepare for World Environment Day
World Environment Day is Sunday 5th June and the Surf Coast Secondary College students have already begun to help protect valuable Surf Coast flora and fauna in today’s Coast Guardians session.