Contact name: Nicole Mertens, Reefwatch Project Officer Contact email: [email protected]
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Now in its fourteenth year, the Great Victorian Fish Count brings together over 700 divers and snorkelers to record 35 key Victorian fish species. There are great opportunities to get the whole family involved this year. To register your interest join the ReefWatch mailing list at www.vnpa.org.au/reefwatch/sign-up

Various distances and locations, no limit.

For more information, including how to join a Fish Count event, click here

Contact name: Contact: Eva Klusacek, U35 Social Contact email: [email protected]
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Hear about our recent walks, catch up with those you’ve walked with before, or make new friends to walk with in the future! Dinners are a very informal way to meet others under 35 (more or less) who are interested in bushwalking. Details and contact information for the for the host will be posted to the U35 email and Meetup list. RSVP essential.

Contact name: Taariq Hassan Contact email: [email protected]
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This route covers a good chunk of the AAWT and takes in Mt McDonald, The Nobs, High Cone, Square Top, Mt Clear, The King Billies, Hell’s Window, Mt Lovick and The Bluff. Alpine wildflowers should be blooming and water not too hard to find. Meet Sheepyard Flat and AWD/4WD car pool to near Upper Jamieson Hut. Some overgrown tracks and steep scrambling over rocks. You’ll need to be fit, well-equipped, and prepared to carry extra water.

55km | Limit 6 | 370km NE Melb

Contact name: Eva Klusacek Contact email: [email protected] Contact phone: 0423 053 318
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ACTIVITY CANCELLED

Early bookings encouraged for this NYE pack carry trip to Victoria’s second-highest peak. Car shuffle. Walk the Razorback to Mt Feathertop, camp by Federation Hut, and descend to Harrietville into 2019. Drive up from Melbourne on 30th.

23km | Limit 8 | 385km NE Melb

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