Did you come along to one of our recent Smart Planning Roadshows? Find out what happened.
With 15 sessions delivered across Melbourne, Benalla, Bendigo, Geelong, Ballarat and Gippsland – the team met with over 350 DELWP and council staff, covering 1500km of Victoria.
Don’t worry if you didn’t get the chance to come along in person, we recorded one of our sessions so that you can watch it at your leisure.
Bird watching opens window to nature
Victoria is home to more than 800 species of birds. Rare and endangered birds exist at some locations. Bird watching is a relaxing way to enjoy the outdoors among birds’ habitat. Regent Honeyeater, Regent Parrot,
Yellow-bellied gliders drawn to predator’s call
18 October 2019. How do you attract a yellow-bellied glider? Play the call of the powerful owl, particularly in East Gippsland. Ironically, powerful owls like to eat yellow-bellied gliders. But observers searching for the gliders during forest
Quoll search like finding needle in a haystack
17 October 2019. If you want to attract the attention of a rare spotted-tailed quoll, chicken drumsticks and canned sardines might just do the trick. Our scientists are using these tasty quoll favourites along with motion and infrared sensor cameras
Seeking to reactivate the Old Slipway at Lakes Entrance
A fantastic opportunity to reactivate the Old Slipway along the Lakes Entrance Foreshore is being offered to interested parties to develop opportunities to complement the town’s existing businesses and attractions for residents and visitors.