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Revegetation In South Gippsland July 2016. Image By Kate Walsh

Discovery Tour of South Gippsland – EOI

Join us to gain unique insights into present, past and future landscapes of South Gippsland and the people who shaped them. We will look at current land uses and the challenges of protecting and restoring biodiversity in a fragmented landscape. We will dip into thousands…

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Group Of Blue-footed Boobies. Image By Lynsey Poore

Island Hopping in the Galapagos: In the Footsteps of Darwin

The Galapagos Islands are undoubtedly one of the wonders of this world. The Galapagos Islands are an archipelago of volcanic islands in the eastern Pacific Ocean, approximately 1000 km west of Ecuador in South America, the country to which they belong. There are 18 major islands and 3 small islands,…

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Daisies On Dargo Road

Alpine and sub-alpine plants. 1/2 day workshop

No doubt many of you have enjoyed the alpine region with its wonderful wide views and colourful flora - especially those gorgeous swathes of daisies. But not all is gorgeous, as numerous large animals – deer in particular - are causing problems in this delicate environment. The…

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Gillian Hund. Chair, Royal Botanic Gardens Foundation Victoria

Cranbourne Friends AGM – Gillian Hund Talk

The 27th Annual General Meeting of the Cranbourne Friends was held on Sunday November 11, 2018 in the Cranbourne Gardens Auditorium. This year Gillian Hund, Chair Royal Botanic Gardens Foundation Victoria spoke about her service to RBGV and Cranbourne Gardens. You may…

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Microbat Southern Freetail

Microbats in your backyard

Microbats are among the most common animals in our backyards and in bushland. They come out at night to feed on insects. These tiny creatures use echo-location (sonar) to navigate and hunt and consume huge numbers of insects each night, including mosquitoes and other…

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A Recently Renovated Cacti Planting In Front Of The 15th Century Villa San Giuliano Near Lente.

Sicily Tour, the complete story

Unfortunately, we did not have enough space in Naturelink for Rodger Elliot's full piece on the Cranbourne Friends Sicily Tour, so we hope you enjoy reading it below. Cranbourne Friends Sicily Tour, May 2018 This was truly a wonderful tour that was…

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Victorian Environment Friends Network Best Friend Award 2018

VEFN Best Friend Award

Cranbourne Friends hosted the Victorian Environment Friends Network  2018 Best Friend Awards on a beautiful August day. The award recognizes outstanding environmental volunteers and friend groups. Margaret and Richard Clarke were Highly Commended for their tireless work providing committee leadership, fundraising,…

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Friends Expo

Cranbourne Friends Expo – until 25 August

The Friends Expo opened on July 21 and show cases the creative activities of our Friends' special interest groups. Basketry, textiles, illustration, photography are just some of the beautiful work produced by our groups and on display in the Expo.…

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