We encourage everyone to be passionate about our wetlands, create memories and share resources to leave our environment in a better state for future generations.
Today is World Wetlands Day.
If you are visiting our wetlands, participating in conserving our future or just enjoying one of the many activities to mark World Wetlands Day 2018, let us know on Facebook.
Edithvale-Seaford wetlands, image courtesy Melbourne Water
Glenelg Eden celebrates 10 years of pest plant management
A project reducing the impact of pest plants on public land is celebrating 10 years of nurturing habitat that rare and threatened species call home.
Public safety works at Avondale Gardens to commence
Works to reduce the risk of hazardous trees at Avondale Gardens, near Shelley, are expected to be undertaken this month.
More Vic fish upstream for World Fish Migration Day
Merv Hughes celebrates successes of fish revival projects on World Fish Migration Day.