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Bunurong Environment Centre
Corner. Ramsay Bvd. & The Esplanade, Inverloch 3996. Victoria.
School Group sessions include Rock-pool Rambles & Dinosaur Discovery, Flora & Fauna sessions & activities & videos in our education activities room, all led by qualified educational officers.
Great Australian Fish Count Phone Rod if you would like to help. 0434 145 816
Winter Whalewatch is an initiative of Watershed Victoria.
Keep your eyespeeled and if you see whales, dolphins or unusual sightings, let us know! If you can, tell us how many, what types (usually humpbacks or southern right whales), where and when you saw them.
Whale Watch Gippsland
Groundswell Bass Coast has been formed by South Gippsland residents who want action on human-induced climate change. We want to bring people together, to lobby governments for better policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help individuals, families and businesses reduce their carbon footprint.
Groundswell Bass Coast
is an all-volunteer community group that has worked with Parks Victoria and others to enhance the green natural reserves enjoyed by many residents and visitors to the Inverloch region. They regularly organise plantings days and beach clean-ups.
is an all-volunteer community group that has worked with Parks Victoria and others to enhance the green natural reserves enjoyed by many residents and visitors to the Foster and Corner Inlet area.
Why not join us?
On Saturday 26th. November 2016 Volunteers and friends gathered to farewell our friend and Shop Manager for the past 5 years, Pauline Taylor. We will miss her enthusiasm and dedication to making our retail shop a success. “A hard act to follow”. We wish you all the best for the future!
On-line Bookings for December-January School Holidays are Here!
Summer School Holiday Program
Inverloch visitors have shown great interest in the BCE activities along the Bunurong Coast. Mike Cleeland has scheduled extra dinosaur sessions to meet demand and many excited children have found bone fragments at the Dig Site, adding to the experience. The rock platform at the mouth of Anderson inlet continues to be a an exciting place to visit showcasing the enormous variety of life found along Australia's southern coastline. It is a joy to see the excitement and wonder of people of all ages as they discover these and other creatures of the shore for the first time. They see rocky shores in a new light; knowledge brings an understanding of their value and a confidence to visit these areas safely while nurturing the inhabitants. This Holiday were are offering some extra fun with a range of sessions that include; Rockpool Rambles, Wildlife Spotlighting Whale Watching tours and Astronomy sessions and Tree Planting.
On-Line Bookings are essential for all sessions, so…..