Read our 2020/21 Annual Report

115 partner groups, 16,515 program participants, more than 14,000 volunteer hours, and over 68,200 digital users accessed EcoCentre resources, blogs and films — 2020/21 was a year full of engagement, action and collaboration.

Read our 2020/21 Annual Report to explore our environmental projects, over the last year; connecting and inspiring people to care for our land, water, wildlife and wellbeing.

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The sound of sleeves rolling up
It’s been a difficult week of community conversations with everyone from retiree volunteers to schools, where we’ve even had 8-year-olds with tears in their eyes talk to our educators about their fears for the environment. Climate grief is not uncommon, but do you hear the sound of sleeves rolling up? Remind yourself what we’re defending, and […]
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NatureSpot Species List (Spring 2020)
NatureSpot Spring 2020 survey results are in! 279 spots, 173 fauna, 120 flora and 6 fungi submitted by citizen scientists over five weeks — thank you for contributing to catalogue urban biodiversity! We’ve put together a snapshot of this data. A full species analysis is currently underway, but in the meantime we’ve chosen some of our favourite […]
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Video: Unclogging Earth’s arteries – plastic in Port Phillip Bay
Waterways are the arteries of the Earth. Plastic pollution is clogging waterways, endangering wildlife, the climate, and our way of life. Neil Blake OAM (Port Phillip Baykeeper) and Fam Charko (EcoCentre Marine Biologist) work tirelessly to understand the growing problem of plastic in the Port Phillip Bay, and how it impacts wildlife like St Kilda’s […]
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Read our 2018/19 Annual Report
117 partner groups, 397 citizen science activities, 20,357 volunteer hours, and 17,546 program participants — 2018/19 was a busy year of rolled-up sleeves for the EcoCentre. Read our 2018/19 Annual Report below to find out more about our diverse work last year. Read the 2018/19 Annual Report here
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The EcoCentre acknowledges the Kulin Nations, including the Yalukut Weelam clan of the Boon Wurrung language group, traditional owners of the land on which we are located.

We pay respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Elder members of our multicultural community.