Work has commenced on the rehabilitation of a degraded section of foreshore at Point Fullarton near Paynesville. These works are the first stage in the creation of ‘Toonalook Woodlands’, an interpretive recreation trail highlighting the Indigenous links with native vegetation communities. These works are the first stage of the project and have seen Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC) crews plant several thousand trees, shrubs and grasses and other native flowering plants. The next stage of the project will see the formalisation of walking tracks and interpretive signage. This project has been supported by DELWP, Greening Australia, East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority and GLaWAC.
- NAIDOC Regional Boorai Show 2017 Tuesday 4 July 2017 June 29, 2017
- Mr and Miss NAIDOC 2017 -Tuesday 4 July 2017 -7pm at Mechanics Hall Lakes Entrance June 29, 2017
- NAIDOC Week 2017- ‘Our Languages Matter’ 2 July- 9 July 2017 June 29, 2017
- Elder’s NAIDOC Dinner 2017 ‘Our Languages Matter’ Thursday 6 July 6pm-9pm June 29, 2017
- NAIDOC Week 2017 Event Calendar June 29, 2017
- NAIDOC Week 2017- Community Fun Day Monday 3 July 10am-3pm Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation GLaWAC June 29, 2017
- NAIDOC BALL 2017! Get your tickets now! Ring Rob Hudson at the Keeping Place on 51500737 June 21, 2017