Waterwatch - ID: 3 This region comprises 13,340 square kilometres of southwestern Victoria, including 17,500 ha of Victorias coastal fringe area.
Department of Sustainability - ID: 4 The convergence of the government's responsibility for the natural and built environments in one department reflects the government's view that environmental issues are not simply about the 'green' environment ? it is about every aspect of where and how w
Corangamite Catchment Authority - ID: 35 Corangamite Catchment Management Authority. Children will care for the environment more if they are given the opportunity to understand it better. Environmental education allows children and adults to make informed decisions about what they can do to make
Parks Victoria - ID: 142 Otway National Park is perfect for a wide variety of recreational and nature based activities. Some of the most rugged and inaccessible coastline in Victoria lies in the 13,000 ha park, an invitation to the adventurous to explore this 60 kilometre stretch
National Park - ID: 143 From Apollo Bay, the Great Ocean Road soon enters Otway National Park, curving and bending upwards through temperate rainforest and offering occasional glimpses of cleared hilltops and grazing sheep in the distance.
Weather - ID: 174 Weather Information for Colac from the Bureau of Meteorology
Australian Weather Forecasts - ID: 201 Make the most of your visit be prepared check the weather before you get there.
Australian Plants Society - ID: 288 Australian Plants Society colac Otway region
Australian Development Gateway - ID: 304 Development Gateways are innovative Internet portals that seek to maximize the interchange of development information with the objective of assisting countries achieve sustainable development and to reduce poverty.
Australasian Ufologist - ID: 349 The Australasian Ufologist Magazine is a nationally and internationally distributed, bi-monthly magazine that explores the subject of UFOs, Unexplained Phenomena, The Paranormal, New Sciences and more.
Food for Thought - ID: 361 Young presenters guide viewers through recent technological advances in food cultivation, processing and packaging, as well as the latest nutritional and food handling adVice.
Environmental Education - ID: 376 Environmental education develops skills, knowledge and values that promote behaviour in support of a sustainable environment. It is not confined to formal schooling. It also occurs in a wide range of non-formal education settings at work and at home.
Environment Protection Authority - ID: 377 The Environment Protection Authority is South Australia's primary environmental regulator, responsible for the protection of air and water quality, and the control of pollution, waste, noise and radiation.
FutureAustralia.net - ID: 378 The Australian directory of information and links for education and creating positive change in our community and environment. Future Australia volunteers have been linking Australia\\\\'s online community since 2000.
Environmental history - ID: 379 Environmental history is a rich collection of inquiries into the transformation of the natural world by human action and the consequences for both nature and people.
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