Clubs Australia: Victoria

BirdLife East Gippsland
BirdLife East Gippsland is a regional branch of BirdLife Australia. Our region covers the East Gippsland and Wellington Shire Council areas in the east of Victoria. It includes some of the state's most magnificent wilderness areas, the extensive waterways of the Gippsland Lakes, 90 Mile Beach, the iconic Snowy River, old-growth forests, alpine meadows and the last free-flowing wild rivers of southeast Australia.

BirdLife East Gippsland conducts regular birding excursions each Monday outside school summer holidays and periodic birding camps. We are also involved in a number of special projects including a Bushfire Recovery Survey monitoring sites after the 2006-07 wildfires.

New members and visitors are welcome to join our excursions.

For our outings schedule and other information visit our website at or contact Chris Healey, President Ph 5157 9036 or e-mail

BirdLife Murray Goulburn
Birdlife Murray Goulburn is a branch of Birdlife Australia and is located in the north-east of Victoria in the Goulburn Valley region, about 180 km north of Melbourne. Formed in 1984, our group has had outings to nearly 100 locations in northern Victoria and beyond.

Our members come from a wide area – from Benalla to Stanhope, and from Tocumwal to Alexandra. There is no separate branch membership. If you are a member of Birdlife Australia, you are welcome to attend branch outings. Visitors are also welcome.

Birdlife Murray Goulburn runs monthly day trips from February to December each year. Outings are held on Saturday or Sunday, visiting bushland, wetlands or private property; BYO morning tea, lunch and a chair. We usually have one weekend camp per year.

Contacts: Val LaMay, Secretary, PO Box 8007, Seymour South 3660. Ph 5799 2135 or

Mike Kerr, President , "Girral", Upotipotpon Ph 5763 3349 or

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