Caring for Tambo Bluff

Some of our intrepid crew were back on the tools today and most likely will be back on them again next week. Weather conditions have made everything grow exceptionally well, […]

Out and about

Due to a lull in the rain, the past week has seen several Landcare volunteers working to maintain different locations around the Bluff. With whipper snippers, chain saws, weeding implements, […]

Between Rainy Days, New Signs!

Combining the knowledge and skills of several of our members and working as a team over many months, we have been able to produce two interpretive signs to compliment our […]

Oh, what a beauty!

Enjoying a morning of sunshine prior to a bit more rain. Mr & Mrs Wren are a little more active – perhaps a couple more beaks to feed?

Keeping the track open

Over the past week, two dead black wattles have fallen and blocked the Wallaby Creek Walking Track. Both have been removed by our trusty crew. Another outing was to manicure […]


Bill’s planting skill and speed was amazing. His mate Brian and our follow up volunteers were stretched trying to keep up with making up and helping install the guards. In […]

Tucker time

Tucked away high up in a pine tree, we have been able to observe mum and dad magpie caring for their young. Any other birds cruising close by were sent […]

Up a lazy river

Thank you to East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority for organising the Tambo River trip showcasing the current projects including bushfire recovery and river health. The Lady Jodie departed Johnsonville to […]

Spruce up nearly done

Four of the eight crew designated for the recent working bee seen continuing the ‘spruce up’ of the wildlife corridors (or as many folk call them the linkage pathways) which […]

Not immune

Tambo Bluff is not immune to petty vandalism as was evident when a Landcare member came across many guards and stakes which had been deliberately broken in a recently revegetated […]