This events calendar includes community participation and environmental events organised by ANGAIR. Just click on the event you are interested in to find out all the details: where to meet, what to bring, who to contact.
Please note that ANGAIR external activities do not take place on days of severe, extreme or code red fire danger ratings.
Monday morning working bees in May:
For Anglesea working bees we meet at the ANGAIR Office, McMillan St Anglesea at 9.25 am for a 9.30 am start.
After the working bee, we will have morning tea at the ANGAIR office.
For the Fairhaven working bee we will meet at 9.30 am at Old Coach Road in front of Glen Cottages.
Travel to Aireys Inlet along the Great Ocean Road past the upper shops and at the bottom of the hill turn right into Bambra Road. Travel along Bambra Road, and after approximately two km, take the first road on the left, which is Old Coach Rd. We will meet 200 m down the road at the entrance to the Glen Cottages on the right side of the road.
I will be leaving the ANGAIR office at 9.15 am and I can take three passengers.
The May 27 working bee will be held in a new location along Painkalac Creek valley. The Surf Coast Shire has taken over management of a lovely little linear reserve along Painkalac Creek south of Old Coach Road. The reserve contains very impressive large mature Manna Gums, probably with hollows, and is a great habitat for birds but there are lots of environmental weeds. An interesting plant growing on the site, Hemp Bush, Gynatrix pulchella, is rare in our district. It is worth coming along just to have a look at the new reserve.
Contact Carl 0439 558 600
Sat 9:30am - 1:30pm
Get to Know our Tracks
Sun 9:30am - 11:00am
Friends of Allen Noble Sanctuary
Mon 9:30am - 11:00am
Tue 10:00am - 11:30am
St Bernard’s College, students’ working bee
Fri 7:30am - 9:30am
Social evening: Our water future – protecting the Barwon