Halls Gap Landcare Group

A Community Association of Halls Gap activity


Halls Gap Landcare Group is a group of volunteers who are passionate about the township’s
natural environment, natural values and native fauna habitats that contribute to this extraordinary landscape.

We support, develop and implement programs that will protect and enhance native fauna
habitat and control, and where possible, eliminate invasive and pest plants.

Partnering with Project Platypus, we are currently targeting a number of plants that could threaten our superb local natural environment and the surrounding National Park. Our brochure, 6 Ways You Can Help Halls Gap, identifies the weeds that are the greatest threat.

The Group operates in Djab Wurrung country, Budja Budja being the Djab Wurrung
name for where we live. We recognise the extensive and enduring connections of the
Traditional Owners to Gariwerd, the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal
Corporation, Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation and Barengi Gadjin Land Council

We are keen for the assistance of locals and visitors in identifying pest plant problems around the town and protecting our native fauna habitats.

Halls Gap Landcare Group activities are promoted on Facebook.

If you would like more information about our group or would like to be involved, our email is landcare@hallsgapcommunity.org.au