Learn how a species monitoring program is set up .
Using Platypus and Rakali this free workshop will take you through the process of setting up an observational program to find and assess a rare species.
When: Sunday 9th September 12.30 pm – 6 pm
Where: Tetoora Road Community Centre and later at Tarwin River Reserve
Presenters: Dr Melody Serena and Geoff Williams,
Australian Platypus Conservancy
Lunch: Pizza lunch available from 12.30 pm. Workshop starts at 1.15pm
How to register: Contact Merrin Butler, Mt Worth & District Landcare at:
Spotted today (28 August) on the Moonlight Creek Track, paying no attention to the photographer, more important things to focus on….
The run would not have been possible without the support of Athletics Victoria. They offer many positive benefits for the Recreational Runner so check them out at http://athsvic.org.au/services/victorian-running-network/.
Recreational Runner membership provides some fantastic benefits including; personal accident insurance coverage through Athletics Victoria, discounted entry to AV’s XCR’18 (winter cross country) series*, discounted entry to various coaching and educational seminars, access to deals and discounts through AV’s partnership with SportsPass.
About the Running Network
The Victorian Running Network supported by Athletics Victoria and Victorian State Government connects the recreational running community with like minded individuals and groups, resources for event organisers and the opportunity to access coaching and educational tools to help develop and promote a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
For more information on the Victorian Running Network contact Athletics Victoria Recreational Running Coordinator Tim Crosbie:
Phone: 03 8646 4530
We are delighted to welcome Warragul Chiropractic as a supporting sponsor of the Mt Worth Trail Run.
The next event celebrating the 40th anniversary of our Park is on Sunday July 1st – “Breakfast with the Birds” is a lyrebird count at dawn. You’ll need to be at the Moonlight Creek Picnic Area by 6.45!!
The cold is bracing but the special atmospherics in the bush at dawn is a delightful experience.
Those who join us will be divided into teams to set up at one of a number of points around the main picnic area to locate calls from Lyrebirds – later compiled to identify the number of unique birds.
The count will be followed by a BBQ breakfast as the sun comes up over the ridges. Limited numbers so bookings at email@example.com are essential. A $5 donation to cover costs will be charged on the day.
If there is heavy rain the event will be cancelled.
Register with firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Barista will be there on July 22 with coffee, hot chocolate and other nice things to warm and refresh!!!
It was a wet day, after months of dry, but over 50 people enjoyed the trails less travelled as guests of the Strzelecki Bush Walking Club and the Friends. We found some rare Slender Tree Ferns and at least one person heard a Giant Gippsland Earthworm (probably) – and in a new spot which will be investigated further…
A warming cup of tea was much appreciated when we got to the top, and the cloud broke just a little…