As a network, we’re a diverse group – made up of primary producers, hobby farmers, tree changers, backyard gardeners and environmentalists of all sorts. This page is part of our community, so we welcome your feedback and input
To see which group your property falls within follow the instructions below:
1. click on the 'view larger map' icon in the top right corner of the map
2. click on the 'search' icon in the red bar
3. type your street address in the search bar
4. select your address from the list of pre-populated addresses
5. zoom out of the map to see which Landcare group your address falls within.
The Allambee Community Landcare Group was formed in 1994 and aims to maintain and improve the ecological status of the area, by weed and feral animal control and revegetation and restoration of indigenous plants and wildlife. We strive to educate ourselves and to welcome new-comers to the area by setting an example.
This group have a 900ltr spray unit available for group members only to hire.
The Allambee South Landcare Group was formed in the early 1990’s and strives to enhance and protect vegetation within the area and undertake effective Natural Resource Management and sustainable agriculture.
The Arawata Landcare Group was formed in 1997 and has 60+ member families. The Arawata Landcare Group works towards a sustainable and productive environment. This Group strives to encourage the return of flora and fauna through preserving, protecting and regenerating and to engage all new and existing community members.
Arawata LC has a spray trailer available to hire from the MG store in Leongatha. Phone Peter on 0419 881 716 for information and to book. For Landcare members only.
For membership contact: email@example.com
The beginnings of the Group started in 1990 and aims to promote the vision of Landcare principles by working towards a sustainable environment with due regard to the diverse nature of landholdings around South West areas of Corner Inlet. We seek to preserve and protect remnant vegetation, restore the health of land and waterways, expand wildlife corridors and control weeds and vermin.
In 2021 the Lower Franklin River, Agnes River & Friends of Stockyard Creek Landcare Groups amalgamated to form Corner Inlet Landcare. This large group helps look after the rivers (Agnes & Franklin) and creeks (Deep, Muddy & Stockyard) flowing from Gippsland’s Strzelecki Ranges to the sea at Corner Inlet – we work to improve the health of its banks and beyond.
The group has a 200ltr spray unit available for Landcare members to hire.
President: Alex Daraio
The Fish Creek Landcare Group was formed in 1992 and currently this Group has been classified as “Thriving” with more than 60 member families. The Fish Creek Landcare Group strives to provide the whole community with leadership and education for an ecologically sustainable environment through coordination, cooperation and communication.
The Hallston Regenerative Agricultural Group is located in Hallston. It is supported by and auspiced by South Gippsland Landcare Network.
We are dedicated to taking care of the local area in a regenerative/traditional/holistic way.
We provide educational opportunities, events, advice, access to funding, sharing of equipment and trees.
Please visit our Facebook group
Loch/Nyora Landcare Group was founded in May 1996 and is located in Port Phillip and Westernport Catchment Management Authority area taking in the towns of Loch and Nyora and the surrounding farming land.
In 2021 we celebrated our 25th Anniversary with a luncheon at the Jeetho hall.
Our group implements projects and promotes weed control, recycling, healthy soils and tree planting to ensure the long-term sustainability of the region’s natural resources and agricultural activities.
The group holds regular meetings and activities and has a strong connection to the local community working with the schools, Kinder and the reserves.
The Landcare community looks forward to the completion of the Rail Trail and the increased accessibility to Hilda Falls a long-term project of the group. Located just 2.5km from Loch Hilda Falls is a natural rock waterfall on Allsop Creek.
Tree planters and spray-backpacks are available for local use.
We always welcome new members and we can be contacted by email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mardan Mirboo North Landcare Group Inc. is celebrating their 20th Anniversary in 2022. Our group has remained classed as a ‘rolling along smoothly (strong)’ by WGCMA.
We enjoy holding ‘Tree Bees’ to help members plant trees on their properties with the focus on providing habitat for our genetical diverse koala population. On occasion we hold information workshops e.g., fencing, farm walks.
The group holds bi-monthly meetings during the year, with Christmas and February meetings being usually, a BBQ either at a park or members property.
We have a range of equipment, backpack sprayer, Hamilton tree planters, Myna bird traps etc. and fencing equipment available for members to borrow.
New members are welcome to contact us by email: email@example.com
Use this link to go to their Facebook page.
Mt Lyall Landcare group have celebrated their 20th anniversary and are still going strong. The group is located around the area between Poowong, Nyora and Athlone. Members of all farming types are welcomed to join. The group often holds farm walks, guest speakers or information sessions.
The Mt Lyall Landcare Group has 2 x 900L spray units for members to hire only.
The Nerrena Landcare Group was formed in 1995 and aims to protect and enhance the natural assets of the area, through action, community participation, education and awareness.
For the past few years we have been working on a plan to restore the wetlands at the confluence of the Tarwin River and the Blackspur creek. The Black Spur Creek Wetland (BSCW) Project area is 100 acres of public land, once railway reserve, that lies between Koonwarra and Meeniyan; towns linked by the South Gippsland Highway and Great Southern Rail Trail (GSRT). Bushland fragmentation, narrow remnant strips and the high ratio of edges to area has eliminated many species of birds, animals and plants from the South Gippsland landscape. The size of BSCW area gives it the potential to provide significant habitat for species requiring intermediate patch size. The project would be an important “node/core” of biodiversity which, linked with wildlife corridors including the GSRT, would add value to the other remnants and revegetation in the district. Our vision for the wetlands is “As a beautiful natural area, the Black Spur Creek Wetland delights locals and visitors, its unique ecological functions and features are protected and restored, and it continues to enhance adjoining road, rail trail, lifestyle, educational and farming activities.”
Click the link to download the Blackspur wetlands project plan Black Spur Report Final
For more Info: https://www.nerrenatarwinvalleylc.org.au/
Poowong-Triholm are an extremely active group who strive to improve the environment around through weed control, tree planting and healthy soils. The group regularly lobbys to ensure the environmental and agricultural integrity of the area remians. The group holds regular meetings, farm walks, field trips and guest speakers on a wide range of topics from weed control to seagrasses in Westernport Bay.