Backyard Biodiversity Detectives
20 July 2023
Learning just got a whole lot wilder in classrooms across East Gippsland. Our young environmentalists got up close and personal with some Australian native animals to help them discover the importance...
Planting for Platypus
29 July 2022
As well as some underwater home renovations, platypus in the Tambo River have been given a little bit more help with some native vegetation being planted along the riverbanks. The East Gippsland Catchment...
Hopping into Far East Frog Fun
23 April 2022
Plenty of froggy fun was had in the Far East last weekend, with people getting up close and personal with various frog species. The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (EGCMA) hosted the...
Mallacoota Boat Tours
24 March 2022
Mallacoota community members enjoyed tours along the Wallagaraugh River last weekend aboard the Gipsy Princess with the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (EGCMA). Graeme Dear and Bryce...
9 April 2020
A little fun to keep the mind from wandering while we're all social distancing. Enjoy. Crossword Puzzle Maker
Early birds get the worm
30 March 2020
Birds of a feather flocked together recently as the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority, together with Birdlife East Gippsland, enjoyed breakfast with the birds. It was a perfect...
Breakfast with the birds
2 March 2020
In conjunction with Birdlife Australia, we'd like to invite you to Breakfast with the Birds on Saturday 14th March. “We have spent over a decade working with landholders and our partners...
17 February 2020
https://youtu.be/n0NCq3BVzSE The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (EGCMA) would like to extend a huge thank you to the Mallacoota community members who joined staff from the Arthur Rylah...
4 November 2019
Community members joined staff from the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (EGCMA) on a boat cruise of the Nicholson River last week with a bbq dinner provided courtesy of the Nicholson...
29 July 2019
The gloves were on and enthusiasm was high as students from Lindenow Primary School celebrated National Tree Day last week with a visit to the upper reaches of Skull Creek. Working with the GLaWAC...