may, 2017

19may7:00 am5:00 pmBest of the Powlett Catchment Tourfrom the top to the bottom

Event Details

Join Paul Speirs and Dave Bateman on Friday 19 May to tour some of the best Landcare projects from the top to the bottom of the Powlett catchment.

Starting early the tour will visit 11 sites including a cool temperature rainforest gully on the property of Paul Speirs, Prom Country Cheese and the Mouth of the Powlett River.

This tour aims to bring together people from our own and neighboring regions to look at some of the best examples of on ground Landcare works to inspire others to action. It is hoped that this will be the start of many similar days in other regions to share knowledge and experience with each other.

Please bring sturdy footwear and a rain coat.

A bus will be leaving the West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (WGCMA) office at 16 Hotham Street, Traralgon at 7.30am on Friday 19 May. The 2nd pick up point will be at the WGCMA Leongatha office, corner Bair and Young Street at 8.30am. The bus will return to Traralgon by 5pm.

Morning tea and cheese tasting will be provided at Prom Country Cheese and a BBQ lunch will be held at John and Nick Millers rainforest farm at Archies Creek.

Cost is $30, please register and pay via http://bit/ly/2prNsCj or call Dave Bateman on 0488 399 151 or email



(Friday) 7:00 am - 5:00 pm


Catchment tour of Powlett River

Powlett River


Dave Bateman0488 399 151

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