Dune EduAction Activity

 Dune EduAction aims to restore degraded coastal ecosystems in Anglesea and Aireys Inlet. We hope that you can help us care for the coast when you visit the Great Ocean Road for a field trip or camp. By being involved in the program, school and community groups gain an awareness of coastal processes and a sense of ownership of the coastal resources. It’s also an opportunity to implement sustainability curriculum into your program.

We have  a trailer and tools, and have designed a program that involves tree planting, brush matting, weeding and site maintenance, while enjoying Surf Coast sites and meeting curriculum goals. Our staff are trained in workplace OH&S procedures to ensure optimum safety practices.

This is a free activity if you book one other activity with Ecologic.

Duration1.5 – 2 hours
SitesA variety of sites on the Surf Coast in Anglesea and Aireys Inlet. We aim to match groups with a site where they are doing other Eco-Logic activities, or a place that your school can contribute to over consecutive years
SuitabilitySessions can be modified for middle primary school to tertiary/ adult groups.
What is suppliedAll tools and equipment for environmental works, plants, safety glasses and safety vests for all participants

Due to the support of Angair (Anglesea and Aireys Inlet Society for the Protection of Flora and Fauna) funding

NetworksSurf Coast Shire (Native Flora Officer)
Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC)
Department of Environment, Water, Land and Planning (Coast Action)
Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CCMA)
Parks Victoria

*Add a lighthouse tour! Ask us about extending your activity in Aireys Inlet and including a tour of the Split Point Lighthouse. See our Lighthouse page for information & pricing.