A great source for local flora knowledge, and boasts an extensive nursery of native plants. As well as being a beautiful place to walk, visitors can also see first hand the extensive revegetation work being undertaken, as well as experimental and trial plots.
Adapted from a professional weather broadcast tool used by TV presenters around the world, and created by MeteoGroup, Europe’s leading private weather company; MeteoEarth truly brings the weather to life using high-end gaming technology and extraordinary graphics.
An interoperative web-GIS that federates groundwater data from disparate sources to assist groundwater researchers and help water managers make the correct choices for the sustainable use of a precious resource.
This site aims to record biodiversity and natural history information from across the Strathbogie Ranges and surrounding districts and build an on-line resource, a collection of images, records and stories.
The Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) provides free, online access to information about Australia’s amazing biodiversity. It is collaborative, open infrastructure that pulls together biodiversity data from multiple sources, and makes it accessible and reusable.
As part of the Riparian Walks program, funded by the GBCMA, we've been taking geotagged photos of our local waterways to get snapshots of their overall health and features. These photos are visible to the public, and can be found by zooming in to locations along the Hughes and Seven Creeks, or clicking this link.
Recently, there has been some concern that some of our trees are under stress due to a changing climate. This project allows everyone to get involved in helping us find out more about the health of our trees now, and if there are changes in tree health over time.
Visualising Victoria's Biodiversity (VVB) - a place to discover and share spatial information on Victoria's environmental values, conservation activities and research.
In 2018, the Strathbogie Shire undertook a massive survey of roadside vegetation that included information on weeds, conservation value and flora and fauna that could be found on our roadsides.
To view these records
- Click on this link
- Under the "Categories and layers" tab on the top right of the screen, click the "+" button on the left of the folder "Local Government datasets"
- Click the "+" button on the left of the folder "Strathbogie Shire Council"
- Click on the empty boxes in the three datasets to view the data on the map (make sure you're looking at the Strathbogie Shire region)