November 29/30 Biodiversity tours More info? : email email@example.com
This is a new site identifying tour routes where you can see for yourself a variety of ecosystems, successions, features and uses.
Keep up to date with what’s happening
On 29/30 November at
Colour coded roads showing major features and eg’s only
A. Heath (Bambra-Aireys)
B. Closed scrub (Carlisle-Gelli)
G. Rainforest – GOR Maits Rest
H. Volcanoes Red Rock
¯ Some waterfalls
· Recent volcanoes
n Old volcanoes
What to experience?
-Wettest place in
What to listen to ?
-Otway FM 104.7
New National Park.
O1 Add bits
O2 Link1 Southern
O3 Link2 Southern
O4 Some water catchments
O5 Most water catchments
More on Parks ,Reserves and Conservation
-Existing diversity D1,D2,D3
-What VEAC DP says
-What others say?
-Why most experienced students
- do you think VEAC DP report is adequate to make a sound decision ?
- More info
To discuss on line
Show your support for all
responsible land man
November 29/30 represents a once in a lifetime opportunity for the public to meet with the most experienced ,well trained Victorians in biodiversity and sustainability; Those who know the local biodiversity ,sustainability and water catchment impacts in the area . Here how they feel about the very best way future generations can protect our natural resources - to ensure those impacts will not be of practical concern to future generations of Victorians . Clue: they are not young, but they do know their territory.
Pick the places you want to go.
How you get there is yours to know. CD’s available at Forrest Football Ground on 29/30 to help
Watch this space for more News on Otways Options.
While considerable care is exercised to ensure accuracy in the content here, the contents are for initial planning purpose only. Unchecked clarification, use or modification of the maps can sometimes result in significant errors.
Biodiversity references: (full and summary lists available at Forrest Football Ground on weekend)