Tambo Bluff environment news

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 […]

Just bobbing along (near the Bluff)

Living up to 40 years, Black Swans mate for life, with both adults raising up to 10 cygnets per season from June to September. Habitat loss, water pollution, feral/domestic animals […]

From there to here

Thanks to a load of donated mulch the Wallaby Creek Walking Track has been made a little less soggy. Some of the mulch was also spread at ‘The Patch’.

National Wattle Day

National Wattle Day falls on the first day of spring, which reinforces the flower’s status as a symbol of new growth, renewal and fresh beginnings.

Patience is the key

We know the micro bats are here because we have seen them. The camera shows no residents in the new boxes except for spiders. Another inspection will be scheduled for […]

Practice makes perfect

Air ambulance and police units honing their skills. Images taken from the Tambo Bluff cliffs on Lake King.