Great Goulburn Broken platypus search
Friday 22 February, 2019-Saturday 2 March 2019
The platypus is a popular Australian icon. However, very little is known about how this unique
mammal is faring across much of Victoria. A major study is now being launched to monitor platypus in rivers in the Goulburn Broken
Catchment and the good news is that local residents can play a key role in keeping track of this fascinating monotreme.
Benalla, Alexandra, Yea and Seymour
To get involved and find out more please register at one of the following information and training sessions:
- Benalla: Platypus talk - Friday February 22, 7pm at the Moira-Benalla Club, 1 Benalla St, Benalla. Training workshop – Saturday February 23 at 4pm (Lake Benalla – please register).
- Yea: Platypus talk & training work shop – Thursday February 28, 2pm at the Yea Council Chambers, 15 Semi Circle, Yea.
- Alexandra: Platypus talk & training workshop – Thursday February 28, 7pm at Alexandra Council Chambers, Perkins St, Alexandra.
- Seymour: Platypus talk – Friday March 1, 7pm at Chittick Park Community Place, Chittick Park, Pollard St, Seymour. Training workshop – Saturday March 2 at 4pm (Goulburn River Seymour – please register).
The sessions are free but registration is essential. Please RSVP to Andrea Muskee on 5822 7707 or firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Tuesday February 19 for the Benalla sessions and by 5pm Tuesday February 26 for the Yea, Alexandra and Seymour sessions.
This project is supported by the Goulburn Broken CMA, Australian Platypus Conservancy and funded through the Victorian Government.