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South Gippsland Conservation Society

NEWSLETTERS — What's Happening at SGCS?

  • 14 June 2021 - ICRP - Cape to Cape Resilience Project - Carneys Road Working Bee
  • 31 May 2021 - National Volunteers Week - 2021 SGCS Membership Due
  • 10 May 2021 - Yallock-Bulluk Community Consultation - Working Bees
  • 26 April 2021 - Inverloch Shared Pathway - Yallock-Bulluk Park - Eel Migration
  • 01 April 2021 - Crib Point Gas Terminal Proposal Blocked - Working Bees
  • 15 March 2021 - Strategic Planning Sessions - Working Bees - Threatened Species
  • 28 February 2021 - Feedback Sessions - Ayr Creek Working Bee - Sea Slug Census
Previous Newsletters

Inverloch Coastal Resilience Project The ongoing Inverloch Coastal Resilience Project began in 2019 with a major investigation into the erosion sequence at Inverloch. The project included a wide-ranging community survey, a project report and four specialist consultant reports. In 2020 the ICPR released another report and a documentary, while the latest work, as of March 2021, is below. See all the Inverloch Coastal Resilience Project reports and media releases here.
Latest From the Inverloch Coastal Resilience Project
Media release 4 March 2021: Griffith University Centre for Coastal Management Professor supports SGCS calls for active dune management at Inverloch Surf Beach

4 March 2021: Update of Inverloch Beach Monitoring Report, Jul-Dec 2020
This report analyses the results of beach monitoring carried out by SGCS volunteers between July and December 2020. It includes a detailed analysis of the accelerating coastline recession that has occurred at Wreck Creek and Flat Rocks and reiterates the Society’s calls for urgent active dune management to avoid further significant loss of ecological values over the next 6 months.

4 March 2021: Andersons Inlet Evolution and Surf Beach Erosion, Griffith Centre for Coastal Management – December 2020
This report by Professor Emeritus Rodger Tomlinson and Ana Paula da Silva identifies that formation of a new channel into Andersons Inlet off Pt Smythe in 2009 may have been the trigger for commencement of the Inverloch Surf Beach coastline recession which began in 2012 and is continuing in 2021. The report also undertakes a preliminary analysis of potential management strategies for the Surf Beach.
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About the Society

South Gippsland Conservation Society is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 1976. It aims to promote and preserve South Gippsland's natural resources.

SGCS also runs the Bunurong Environment Centre shop and Shell Museum, and Bunurong Coast Education, which offers award-winning education and activities for children and adults.


More about SGCS

Join us! Find out more about our projects and branches, see our affiliates and supporters, and read some useful links. SGCS is a Child Safe organisation: see our Child Safety Code.

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Activities & Excursions

Bunurong Coast Education offers talks, guided tours and outdoor excursions for children and adults in the holidays and on some weekends.
Free local activities for kids — walks, playgrounds, games and more.

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The Environment Centre

We're right in the heart of Inverloch, corner of Ramsey Boulevard and The Esplanade, and we're open 10 am to 4 pm every day except Tuesdays.

School Holiday Times

Dec-Jan holidays: open 10 am to 5 pm every day. Also Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
Other holidays: open 10 am to 4 pm every day.
The Environment Centre provides guides on local attractions and amusements. Kids have free hands-on activities in the Discovery Room, while adults can browse for books and gifts in the shop.

The Centre also houses the famous Shell Museum. Entry is $2 per person, children under 5 free, and funds go to maintaining the museum.