• Seagrass Survey

    Did you know that there are several seagrass beds in St Kilda Harbour? Seagrass is different from seaweed. It is a flowering plant and an important part of the marine ecosystem. It provides food and shelter for marine life, stabilises the loose sediment on the seabed and also absorbs carbon

  • Rakali Watch

    What has webbed feet, a flashing white tail, lethal teeth and leaves middens of shellfish on the rocks? Often mistaken for a rat, the Rakali is much more. Video of a rakali taken by Earthcare St Kilda. Earthcare has been recording rakali activity since 1989. You can participate by reporting

  • Port Phillip Nature Watch


  • Penguin Research

    Earthcare St Kilda has a long history of campaigning for the protection of penguins. In fact, the protection of the Little Penguin colony on St Kilda Breakwater was the original catalyst for the formation of Earthcare St Kilda and is still a central interest of the organisation. Earthcare St Kilda Penguin Research Team Twice