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Welcome to the Glenelg Hopkins Regional Catchment Strategy 2021-2027 We proudly acknowledge Traditional Owners and their rich cultural diversity and intrinsic continuing connection to country. We pay our respects to...
Critically endangered The spiny rice-flower (Pimelea spinescens subsp. spinescens) is a small spreading shrub only found in Victoria. It is a winter flowering species with separate male and female plants....
Goldfields Just 1.7% of the Goldfields bioregion is within the Glenelg Hopkins region at Ararat. This includes the Ararat Hills Regional Park, which provides habitat for several nationally listed orchids,...
Protecting the hooded plover
Stabilising the hooded plover population along the south-eastern coastline of Victoria and South Australia Breeding hooded plovers are threatened by disturbance from humans and their companion animals. Key actions from...
Sustainable Agriculture: Soils4Farms
Supporting farmers to further knowledge and adopt practices to improve and protect the condition of soil Community engagement activities are building on farmer awareness and understanding of soil acidification processes, risks to production...
On behalf of the region, I am proud to present the Glenelg Hopkins Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) – the region’s overarching plan for integrated catchment management within the Glenelg Hopkins...
Welcome to Country The Traditional Owners of Country across the Glenelg Hopkins region introduce and welcome you to their Country. Please click the Traditional Owner group symbols below. Acknowledgement of...
Vulnerable The hooded plover (Thinornis cucullatus cucullatus) a small non-migratory shorebird less than 20cm long. The species inhabits beaches backed by dunes and that accumulate large amounts of seaweed. During...
Eastern barred bandicoot
Endangered The eastern barred bandicoot (Perameles gunni) was once common on the Victorian Volcanic Plain, playing the role of an ecosystem engineer – turning over the soil in search of...