Welcome to our Coastal Reserves Blog! Here you will get a closer look at the work our Coastal Reserves Team is delivering! Our Coastal Reserves Team manages coastal and visitor infrastructure from Point Impossible in Torquay to Elliot River in Marengo.
Through this blog, we aim to keep up to date with our hard-working outdoor rangers as they ensure the safety and enjoyment of coastal users, leading beach clean-ups, risk management initiatives, garden and track maintenance and waste management!
Ranger Diary by Coastal Reserves Ranger Ben Lewis
With the summer crowds quieting down, the team has been working hard on our coastal reserve areas, starting at Point Impossible in Torquay through to Elliott River in Marengo.
One of our Coastal Reserves Rangers, Ben Lewis, was busy clearing seaweed off the boat ramp at Lorne Pier when a local alerted him to an interesting discovery.
Everybody deserves to enjoy the beach during the summertime!
Coastal Reserves have been a hive of activity with fine weather and summer holidays bringing huge summer crowds to enjoy our coastline.
A message for our Coastal Reserves Manager, Caleb Hurrell