The EcoCentre regularly makes submissions to guide policy and strategy on issues regarding long term environmental well-being. Some are included below for your reference.
The EcoCentre offers highly engaging, knowledgeable speakers and workshop facilitators with a range of specialist expertise for your event.
EcoCentre staff are experienced in public speaking, radio and television appearances, workshop facilitation, panel and table discussion facilitation, leading experiential workshops and events and event MC-ing.
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Membership is now lifetime by default - appreciating the enduring relationships that EcoCentre members and Affiliates build to each other, and our beautiful patch of the planet.
A feast of education, research & volunteer events from the 'burbs to the Bay.
2019 Summer Program
Our 2019 summer program includes free Alive Outside events for 12-25 year olds in City of Port Phillip, and free Baykeeper family programs through Summer By the Sea - the annual calendar of amazing events all along Victoria's coastlines.
Read our 2017-18 Annual Report
Thank you to our many members, partners and Affiliates who joined our Annual General Meeting. Read our Annual Report online to learn about our collective impacts and achievements.
Local suburbs have 3x more species than Melbourne Zoo!
Our Youth Wildlife Ambassador has recorded over 1000 species in the corridor from Elsternwick Park to the reef at Point Ormond, Elwood. Check out some of our wild neighbours in this clip then join our wildlife walks to meet some fauna in person.
Catchy music video cleans up MC Guttermouth's act
Say G'Day to the Bay
Catch up on local environmental news on the Port Phillip Baykeeper blog. Read Neil's latest article on Melbourne's world class water!
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.