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Timeline PhotosThe Victorian Biodiversity Atlas (VBA) is a tool for anyone wanting to collect and share species observations and surveys.
If you are part of an environmental group and would like to find out more about contributing to the VBA, online training is available in our region.
Send us a private message to find out more.
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Been an astounding season for growing things....including weeds! Heads up that spraying of broadleaf weeds is happening on the Mt Leura & Sugarloaf Reserves this morning, including this invasive beauty, Sweet Pea. Alright in the garden, but not what we want taking over our Reserves. Please excuse my poor smart phone photography skills (the breeze was not helping). ... See MoreSee Less
Some of the Friends of Mt Leura volunteers met up to plan and discuss ideas for the 2021 calendar of events.
We reckon it’s going to be a great year with lots of interesting field days, tours, educational workshops, working bees and family days.
If you’d like to become a member of the Friends of Mt Leura (it’s free!) and receive emails about events, head over to our website - mtleura.org.au
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To celebrate NAIDOC week starting today, the Friends of Mount Leura and Caracaramigen The Colac Aboriginal Gathering Place present a virtual flag raising event.
Brett Clarke, a Kirrae Whurrung man of the Gunditjmara Nation - a songman, loreman, artist, cultural ambassador and educator, is performing the Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony, along with Richard and Peter Collopy
This event is supported by the Corangamite CMA, with funding from the Victorian Government Landcare Grants Program. ... See MoreSee Less
Beautiful day & beginnings of NAIDOC week & powerful & important message, thank you Brett, & the Traditional Owners of this vast land. Always Was Always Will Be!
It's sad when I don't get any notification of any events happening from the Colac group.. Love you, in the video, cousin Brett. Have some trouble with the sound...
Thank you for sharing your ceremony and stories.
I went up to the Lower Shelter 3 times on the day but I missed the celebration. On my third trip, I found the evidenced of the ceremony, and realised I was too late. I have celebrated Naidoc Week in many parts of remote Australia, and really appreciate being able to enjoy the video in the peace of my own home. Thank you. Joc Banks.
Thank you so much, just beautiful to watch. I'm so grateful 🖤💛❤
So good to be able to watch this 🙏. Happy NAIDOC week.
Well done Brett excellent work 🖤❤️💛
Thanks to the dancers...always impressive...Happy NAIDOC week everyone!
Happy NAIDOC Week all 🖤💛❤️
Thankyou for the start of celebrations and reverence for naidoc week. 🙏
Always was, always will be.
Well done Aimee and Co.
Happy NAIDOC week 🖤💛❤️
Happy NAIDOC Week 🖤💛❤️👍🏾
Still no Aboriginal Flag emoji on Facebook 🖤💛❤
Thank you from BELFAST 🙂
Thank you to you and you family for sharing
Great work Ajax!!!
Happy naidoc week 🖤💛❤
Thank you ☺️ 💕