Earthcare St Kilda is a non-profit volunteer group that works in partnership with local government, state government bodies and specialists to improve the natural resources of the City of Port Phillip, from Port Melbourne to Elwood.
We do what we can, where we are
Earthcare volunteers come from the City of Port Phillip and further afield to work on a number of practical marine and terrestrial projects. These projects are aimed at protecting the local natural environment, as well as increasing the diversity and extent of indigenous flora and fauna.
Earthcare St Kilda volunteers also facilitate opportunities for local residents to experience and learn more about the wide array of plants and animals with which we share our lives, and to join in projects which are designed to protect and improve the local environment.
The St Kilda Breakwater and penguin viewing area will be temporarily closed by Parks Victoria to the public from 18 – 28 July 2017 and another closure from approximately mid- August, while works are underway to help improve protection for the Little Penguin colony. The works include replacing the outer Continue reading
Not many penguins last time. They are off on their winter jaunt now the weather has gone colder. We still have one white penguin on the breakwater but it is maintaining weight so is obviously still able to float. Some interesting figures. Last penguin year from May 2016 to April Continue reading
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