Welcome to the home of the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network.

Strathbogie Ranges CMN

Welcome to the official website of the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network (SRCMN)
Here you’ll find events, news and local information about conservation in the Strathbogie Shire. If you’d like to get in touch with us, please feel free to send us an email or find us on Facebook.

Free Guide

Check out this great guide to sustainable and productive land managment

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Upcoming Events

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Past Projects

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Local Publications

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Useful Links

Some handy links to other sites

Walking Guides

Get out and explore

Upcoming Events

Join us at our next event

Past Projects

Check out what we've been doing

Local Publications

Gain some new skills, all for free!

Useful Links

Some handy links to other sites

Walking Guides

Get out and explore

Past Events

Read up on some of our previous events to get a feel for what we do.

Local Blogs

RSS Strathbogie Natureview

RSS Our Strathbogie Forest

Past Events

Read up on some of our previous events to get a feel for what we do.

Local Blogs

RSS Strathbogie Natureview

  • Is this a Little Eagle?
    This large raptor was roosting at our place. Not as big as a wedgetail, it had a squarish shape to the tail itself – also unlike a wedgetail. However, it had a head of very spikey, tufted feathers just like a wedgetail. To me it looked a bit rougher and tougher than one of the […]
  • Where are all the young ones?
    Walking around the hills of the Tableland in glorious NE Victorian winter sunshine is such a treat. Vivid blue sky, warmth on your back, clean crisp air, beautiful light, visual clarity such that you can see for miles and the vistas are to die for. One of the most magnificent features of the valley floors […]

RSS Our Strathbogie Forest

  • Ethical paper & Responsible Wood
    We know that the bulk of the logs from Barjarg Flat in the Strathbogie Forest went to China, either as whole logs or chips. Vicforests’ assurance that the timber would go to “mills throughout the state” was clearly misleading – … Continue reading →
  • Forest walk – Sandy Creek Falls

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