Monthly Archives: May 2014

Video – Gippsland Lakes Funding Announcement

The Victorian Government provides funding through the Gippsland Lakes Environment Fund to look after the Lakes. Minister for Environment and Climate Change, Ryan Smith visited recently to announce the latest projects and enjoy the scenery. For more videos please check out

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Video – Gippsland Grammar ‘Love Our Lakes Enviro-Stories’ Launch

The students of Gippsland Grammar (Bairnsdale Campus) have produced a book about “A Trip Down the Mitchell River”, launched by the Minister for Environment, Ryan Smith. For more videos please check out

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Video – Gippsland Lakes are precious and important

The Gippsland Lakes are recognised and protected internationally under the Ramsar Convention, mainly for their importance to migratory waterbirds, but also for many other environmental features. This video explains the importance of the Gippsland Lakes and why we value them so much. For more videos please check out

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Lakes Entrance students

Young authors love our dolphins!

Lakes Entrance Primary School students have showcased their writing and illustrating talents in the latest addition to the “Love Our Lakes” Enviro-Stories library. Laura Barton and the Year 3/4C class from Lakes Entrance Primary School have written and illustrated a remarkable book about “Jimmy Four-Nicks the Burrunan Dolphin” and his quest to find out why

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