There are many ways to help protect East Gippsland's forests.
Camp Kuark Citizen Science Film Launch - May 12 2015 @ 6.00pm
Bar 303, 303 High St Northcote Victoria
See the spectacular forest of Kuark and the citizen science campaign to protect it in. Beautifully shot on location at Camp Kuark in March, the four minute film will be accompanied by great speakers, music and good timesSpeakers:Damien Cook, ecologistDamien has over 24 years experience as an ecologist, during which time he has developed an expert knowledge of flora and fauna species from wetland and terrestrial ecosystems across Victoria.Vanessa Elizabeth Bleyer, senior lawyerHear from Lawyers for Forests Principal Lawyer about the latest Environment East Gippsland court case to protect owl habitatEd Hill, campaignerEd brings ten years of campaign experience in Tassie and East Gippsland to the citizen science campaign.
Music: Robbie Bundle
Robbie Bundle is an indigenous singer-songwriter and musician from Gippsland who has been writing and performing music for more than 35 years. He has performed with artists such as David Gulpilil, Kutcha Edwards, Dave Arden, Bart Willoughby, Archie Roach and many others. Also a filmmaker, MC and a musical historian of the Songlines, Robbie’s latest album, Universal Ark, is out now.
All proceeds to GECO - $12/$8 on the door
Donate to our pozible campaign
Please donate and share his link to help us protect the spectacular rainforests of Kuark. We rely solely on grassroots fundraising initiatives like this to carry out the amazing work we do and appreciate all the help we can get. No donation is too small. Please help us get over the line so we can keep Kuark forest safe forever.http://www.pozible.com/project/193507
Film Screening - 31 May 2015 @ 6.30 pm
LongPlay, 318 St Georges Rd Fitzroy
Camp Kuark Citizen Science plus more....
What you can do to help:
action in the city or the forest to make the world aware of the dire situation
Letters, tweets, emails to
politicians and newspapers
Banner drops bridges, buildings, billboards. Be creative
Citizen Science: Threatened species or environmental surveys (finding and photographing
Benefit gigs to raise money for surveying and direct
action. Big or small, its all good!
To come to Goongerah:
People are always welcome to come to Goongerah and
help with the campaign. There is no
“environment centre” as such any more.
People usually camp at the Goongerah campground, on the beautiful
Brodribb River. If you want to find out
more about how to help, email or facebook us.
your own camping gear.
Gippsland is a cool climate, high rainfall area. Please bring wet weather
gear, warm clothing and warm bedding.
- If you
are coming alone or in a small group and plan to go out into the forests
bring compass, maps, GPS and wet weather gear. These items are essential.
to the Errinundra National Park and surrounds is extremely limited (locked
gates on all roads) due to weather conditions, between the months of May
to October. Road conditions are available from regional DSE offices
(Bairnsdale, Orbost, Cann River, Bendoc) in Victoria.
- If you
can't come to Goongerah, donations are very welcome. Of course, there is
heaps to do wherever you are. Contact your local environment group to find
out how you can help.
How to get there
We are situated at the base of
the Errinundra plateau in the mountains of East Gippsland 70 km north of Orbost
on the Bonang Highway.