If you have a much-loved but dogeared copy of the Australian Alps Touring map it’s now officially a vintage item. If you’ve been waiting for the latest re-print, it’s out now in a new gorgeous, friendly, electronic form.
There were congratulations all round at the historic Wallace’s Hut recently when around sixty people gathered on the Bogong High Plains, just east of Falls Creek, to celebrate the heritage listed hut’s restoration.
Over the past year, a team of about twenty volunteers devoted ten days to restoring the hut to its original state. It was badly in need of repair both inside and out, with major structural replacement required.
Richard Snashall has produced these two amazing documentaries on the plight of the mountain pygmy possum and the southern corroboree frog.
Discover how mountain pygmy possum numbers are picking up again in Kosciuszko National Park. Follow Dr Linda Broome and Haijing Shi as they survey current possum numbers near Cabramurra. Read more about the survey.
Follow Dr David Hunter and staff from Melbourne and Taronga Zoos to find out about how southern corroboree frog eggs from captive breeding programs have been released back into the wild. Southern corroboree frog numbers are dwindling due to habitat destruction and an amphibian pathogen, so the release of these eggs will give them a fighting chance.
The Mansfield based Parks Victoria team recently hosted five students and a teacher from Lauriston Girls School’s Howqua Campus who assisted with a variety of park management activities in Howqua Hills Historic Area and the Alpine National Park.
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