Principal gets involved in Coast Guardians


It was all hands on deck last month as Geelong Lutheran College helped plant 50 dune stablising plants at Whites Beach.

Geelong Lutheran College Campus Principal Barry Krueger was one of the first teachers to set up the long-standing partnership between the school and Great Ocean Road Coast’s education programs. Read more

Fresh Air Kids – Term 2 | Week 7


The last day of term 2 saw the Fresh Air Kids visit the eye of Roadknight.

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.

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Fresh Air Kids – Term 2 | Week 6


Read about the adventures of the Fresh Air Kids from last term as the group gears up for another fun-filled term of outdoor exploration.

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. Read more

Students: protectors of the coast today, volunteers tomorrow


The Great Ocean Road Coast Committee environmental education students have contributed more than 820 hours of conservation work on the coast between Torquay and Lorne in the last 12 months, planting over 2,400 indigenous species and removing tens of thousands of weeds.  Read more

Winter brings a flurry of action to the coast


Great Ocean Road Coast Committee staff, environmental volunteers and local students have been busy this winter helping rejuvenate the coastline through planting, conservation works and repairs, ensuring the coast remains in good condition all year round. Read more

Fresh Air Kids – Term 2 | Week 5


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.

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Students rally to restore Spring Creek


Following a series of environmental vandalism acts at Spring Creek in March this year, Year 9 students from the Coast Guardians Program have returned to the site to help restore the riparian habitat along the creek.

As part of World Environment Day we take a look into how our students are connecting with nature.

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