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About Friends of the Gippsland Lakes Inc.

The Friends of the Gippsland Lakes, Parks and Reserves is an independent, non-profit, membership-based group that acts as a voice for the vast environmentally important Gippsland Lakes system, from Sale to Lakes Entrance. As human impacts and environmental changes increase we provide opportunity for everyone to have a say in the future of our lakes. […]

Mathieson’s Paddock

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Burnt Bridge Guided Night Walk

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The Friends of the Parks & Reserves of the Gippsland Lakes (FoGL) in association with Parks Victoria invite the community to a summer spotlight night walk to observe nocturnal animals in the wild. The activity will be held at Burnt Bridge in the Lake Tyers Forest Park located on the Princes Highway 11 Kilometres east […]

FoGL Macleod Morass Planting Sat 8th October

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Prep site 27th August Planting 8th October (bbq on Planting Day 1230-1315) Thanks to Coastcare Victoria (for the funding) and Parks Victoria (for the invaluable assistance), FoGL planted a 3000 sqm area alongside Macleod Morass on Saturday 8th October. Our hard-working members who did attend got the site planted out and Hughy rewarded our hard […]

AGM Wednesday 3 August

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Guest Speaker Over the past year FOGL has been involved with other partners in developing a research project to examine the extent of the impact of introduced species on native flora in the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park One contributor throughout this process has been Bruce Macpherson, Course Coordinator, Conservation and Land Management East Gippsland Institute […]

Guided Night Walk – Burnt Bridge Thu14Apr 1815-1930

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For Members and their guests and interested members of the public, Wildlife Unlimited took a guided walk through the forest at Lake Tyers. What we saw On a beautiful moonlit night; Sugar Gliders brawling, Several Yellow-bellied Gliders, Several microbats and the Large-footed Myotis (a bat that flys just above the Lake surface and skims the […]

Metung Bushland Reserve Opening Day Saturday 27 November

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To showcase the Metung Bushland Reserve behind the Metung Primary School in Stirling Road. An extensive upgrade has been undertaken including tree planting, signage, picnic facilities, track formation and establishment of exclusion areas to support regeneration of vegetation. The project has been implemented through the cooperative efforts of Friends of Metung, Friends of the Gippsland […]