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Accelerating biodiversity protection efforts in South Gippsland by connecting people, place and purpose 


In Collaboration with

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Prom Coast Ecolink is excited to announce that we are supported by the Victorian Government through the Volunteering Innovation Fund.

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Who We Are

Welcome to Prom Coast Ecolink, a community-driven initiative to preserve and protect our natural environment through collaboration and connection in South Gippsland, Victoria. 

Our group comes from all walks of life, and we are working together to support the biodiversity of our spectacular region. The Prom Coast region encapsulates areas of environmental significance including The Hoddle Range, Wilsons Promontory National Park, Corner Inlet and Shallow Inlet Marine and Coastal Parks.

Our current focus area is the Hoddle Range, which has great potential to serve as a key connector for a network of vital wildlife corridors between the Strzelecki Ranges and Cape Liptrap Coastal Park. 

Join us to strengthen our community, caring for and enjoying this remarkable part of Gippsland.

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01 Flora and Habitat Survey


02 Ecology/Flora ID
Volunteer Education Day


03 Weed Removal/Identification


04 Nature Journaling


05 Burrowing Crayfish citizen science project


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06 Targeted volunteer animal surveys


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Prom Coast Ecolink respectfully acknowledges the traditional Custodians of the lands we now share and recognises their continuing connection to land, water and community.

We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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