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Wallaby Creek Walking Track Opening Day
Friday, 10 February 2017

Tambo Bluff Landcare Coastcare would like to invite you to our Opening Celebration of the Wallaby Creek Walking Track on

Thursday 23 February 10.30am at the Lagoon Rd. 'interps' board (enter via Peter Rd » MAP).

Come along and help acknowledge what has been two and a half years of volunteer work and various Organisations' helpful participation (participating Org's: EGSC, EGW, EGCMA, Fed. Govt., GLaWAC and Landcare).

View the nine interpretation signs and seven waymarker posts along the completed 1.7km circuit.

Please RSVP by Tuesday 21 February » This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Mulch makes a difference
Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Beautifies plantings, reduces weed competition and holds in moisture.

TBLC are desperate to get our hands on truckloads of mulch so if you know of a source that could help out please let us know!

Thanks Alan and Glenda (TBLC members) for sourcing and spreading this lot (pictured).

 
Auditor-General scathing of Victoria's management of Ramsar sites
Friday, 18 November 2016

The report said overall governance, coordination and oversight of the management of Ramsar sites must improve for Victoria to effectively meet its obligations:

"Without this improvement, site managers will continue to be guided by their own priorities, rather than responding to key threats to Ramsar sites' ecological character."

It said management effectiveness is not systematically monitored, reviewed or evaluated.

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GLaWAC weed control works
Sunday, 06 November 2016
GLaWAC are currently working at Tambo Bluff helpng TBLC to control invasive weeds using spraying and cut/paint methods on blackberry, boxthorn, agapanthus, apple of sodom and watsonia.

Here's a map of their progress to date

 
Tambo Bluff Community Newsletter - First Edition
Monday, 17 October 2016
Echidna - illustration by Annie Marshall

Lots of information regarding formation years of Tambo Bluff Landcare Coastcare.

 
CATS!! (and the harm they do if roaming in native habitat)
Saturday, 30 July 2016
 
Learn more about our Landcare/Coastcare Group and Rabbit Control
Friday, 29 July 2016

MetungRabbitFieldDay

Metung Farmers Market – Saturday 13th August 2016 with field demonstrations in the afternoon.
Lower Tambo, Tambo Bluff and Nungurner Landcare Groups are combining to demonstrate & discuss practical methods for the control of rabbits in urban & peri-urban areas, engage the community in discussion on local Landcare issues and recruit new members

 
NEWSFLASH: Return of GLAWAC
Friday, 29 July 2016

Gippsland Land and Water Aboriginal Corporation recently returned and planted ~700 plants in Wallaby Creek Gully on ground they had previously prepared for planting.

Many thanks to GLAWAC for their ongoing assistance, TBLC acknowledge Tatungalung traditional ownership and ongoing stewardship of this land.

 
Wombat Gully burrows and deer sign
Sunday, 03 July 2016
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Signs for walking tracks
Thursday, 30 June 2016
Exciting times as the signs for the walking tracks go into production and will be installed in the near future. Below, some sample artwork by TBLC member Annie Marshall
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Eastern Whipbird–Artist, Annie Marshall
 
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