There are countless wonderful volunteers who put many hours into the managing and maintenance of our coast that are not in the public eye. Wonderful locals who understand the importance of protecting and maintaining the coastal areas that we enjoy on a daily basis. It is these groups that work in the shadows that we celebrate with the funding from Coastcare, a State Government body and organised by Phillip Island Landcare Group.
When it comes to protecting our natural environment, Phillip Island’s coastal groups have a wealth of knowledge to share and inspire to aid in maintaining these precious areas. Throughout July there will be a full month of activities to be involved in. Meet and learn from our amazing groups who have a wealth of knowledge to share with the community to help understand local flora and fauna, pests and invasive weeds.
Living on Phillip Island is a privilege and a luxury with its outstanding coastline, beautiful
beaches and abundance of wildlife, that brings joy and pleasure to our daily lives. – we
would love for you to get involved - as a community we cannot take this treasure for
granted. An open invitation is extended to the community to join in and continue the great work that has been set in motion by the coastal groups.
Key July dates below to be put on your calendar.
Sunday 11th : Planting day, Red Rocks / Saltwater Creek Coastcare Group
Friday 16th : Planting day, Ventnor Coast Action Group
Sunday 18th : Rabbit education, Surf Beach Sunderland Bay Coastcare Group
Saturday 24th : Planting day, Silverleaves Conservation Association
Saturday 31st : Planting day, Cape Woolamai Coast Action Group
All events start at 9.30am. For further details and to RSVP contact Carolyn Atherton on
0433 284 148 or email@example.com
MAKE a DONATION
News & Events Archives