It’s a fiercely competitive world out there, particularly when it comes to finding fulfilling employment. Why is that? Jobs these days require 3-5 years experience in the industry before you even start. So how do you get experience to make yourself more employable? Volunteer!
Litter is an increasing problem for local land managers as the population and tourist numbers continue to grow along the Great Ocean Road coastline.
The Great Ocean Road Coast Committee has partnered with Zoos Victoria and Tangaroa Blue to help collect and record rubbish data into the Australian Marine Debris Database for the national study. Read more
The Fresh Air Kids is a group of local families that want their children to spend time in the great outdoors, learning through playing in nature.
A community partnership with the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee, Fresh Air Kids aims to encourage local coastal kids to grow up observing the environment in more detail than even most adults do. Read more
The Great Ocean Road Coast Committee welcomes their newest recruit Indi Haintz. Indi has been working with the coast committee in reception at the Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park for the past three years. Read more
The Hairy Spinifex is essential in helping make up the fragile dune ecosystems along the Great Ocean Road Coast. Read more
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
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