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RSS Strathbogie Natureview

  • Boathole Reserve to Falls, Ruffy
    This route takes advantage of viewing the creek from a distance as a shape shifting ribbon dropped on the valley floor.
  • Longwood Heritage Walk
    Take a walk along the wide streets of Longwood, a classic Central Victorian town.
  • Where there’s habitat, there’s hope!
    The latest edition of Tableland Talk includes an article on the importance of leaf litter, shrubs and understory for native wildlife. That fact should be bleedingly obvious to everyone, but there are still plenty of people that just want everything neat and tidy and to their liking, with little consideration for the animals, plants and […]
  • Spying on Feral Cats
    The impact that Feral Cats have had and are still having on Australia’s wildlife is significant and well-known. Feral Cats are implicated in the demise of dozens of threatened species and the tremendous toll they have on birds, mammals and reptiles is on-going. For a good summary of Feral Cat impact and control, visit The […]

RSS Our Strathbogie Forest

  • The forest campaign – in pictures
    This story was initially produced as a photobook for personal use, to document the journey and enormous community effort that went into gaining protection for the Strathbogie Forest. But now that it’s done (the book), it seems a shame not … Continue reading →
  • Strathbogie Forest says ‘Thank You’
  • Victoria’s native forest industry – the numbers just don’t stack-up
    Victoria’s ‘forest industry’ is a multi-billion dollar industry that is currently thriving and looking to expand. Yet, some politicians and commentators seem to delight in declaring that thousands of jobs will be lost, that entire towns will shut down, that … Continue reading →
  • Strathbogie Forest Protected – At Last!
    Save Our Strathbogie Forest  – Media release, 11 Nov. 2019 Victorian Government Announces Permanent Protection for the Strathbogie Forest The Save Our Strathbogie Forest (SOSF) community campaign, with it’s hundreds of members and thousands of supporters, applauds the Andrews Government’s … Continue reading →