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Events listed are usually FoBR events and all visitors are welcome and we may include other events of interest -

Keep an eye on our Facebook page here or on FoBR home page -  for any updates or necessary changes of plans

2019 Activities - 

Sunday 11th August Annual General Meeting - and Arachnoids!

A combination event - 

10:00am-11:15am FoBR AGM at the Anakie Community House.

11:30am-12:30 Overview of Victorian Spiders by Dr John Caldow at the Anakie Community House, 

Refreshments will be provided but if please bring some extra treats if you wish.

After John’s presentation and lunch, we will walk and talk at Stony Creek Picnic Ground to uncover local spiders. But if you don’t want to get close to spiders, stay at the picnic ground and help prepare and enjoy billy tea and damper. We should be all finished by 3pm.

For catering purposes, please RSVP for the lunch to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Reminder - are your Membership annual fees up to date?  - just $11 for single and $22 for families!


ANYTIME - spotters wanted!

Parks Victoria's project for pests and weeds is ongoing with mapping and monitoring so if you know of any Sallow Wattle, Gorse, African Weed Orchid, Goats, Deer, Cats in the park, please let us or the Rangers know the location and approximate number. 

Sightings can be recorded and reported in a few ways.

  • Use the Atlas of Living Australia OzAtlas app to record any species.
  • Make a note of the sighting with precise details of location (or a GPS mark) and pass it on the Lauren Cogo, who ismanaging the project (Lauren Cogo Parks Vic Project Officer; 0488 172 461; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )

And of course any sightings of the target species we are aiming to protect - Brush-tailed Phascogale,  Swift Parrot, Growling Grass Frog, Diamond Firetail,  Bacchus Marsh Wattle (Acacia rostriformis), Clover Glycine (Glycine labtrobeana),  Silver Daisy Bush (Olearia pannosa subs cardiophylla)