• May 2017 Update Penguin Research

    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 2017 we “caught”; [Times caught]   […]

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  • Media Release re the future of Elsternwick Park North

    Media release – 20ha Inner Suburbs Nature Reserve

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  • Penguin Guides

    Each year, thousands of local and overseas visitors flock to St Kilda pier at dusk to witness the return of our local penguin colony from their long day of fishing in Port Philip Bay, and our Penguin Guides are working to provide information to visitors and to help to minimise the impact of visitors on […]

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  • Penguin Viewing

    The Penguin viewing is located on the start of breakwater behind the Kiosk at the end of the pier. The best time for viewing the Penguins starts from approximately 30 minutes after sunset – sunset times can be found at http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/astronomy.html?n=152. Penguin Guides are on duty every night during daylight saving and Friday-Sunday nights during […]

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  • Like us on Facebook!

    If you are a Facebook user then please like us – www.facebook.com/earthcarestkilda – and receive regular updates on Earthcare St Kilda activities.

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  • Seal the Loop Bin 2

    Seal the Loop Bins on St Kilda Pier/Breakwater

    Hi all…these are the Seal the Loop bins on St Kilda Pier for fishermen to put their used fishing line in. The contents are surveyed regularly to see how much the fishermen use them, so if you find any fishing line yourself then please do not put it in these bins and instead dispose of […]

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