Monthly Archives: June 2016

MV David Paul Australian Bass

Fish migration triggered with enviro water

The Australian grayling has been known to migrate from the upper reaches of rivers more than 100km to the ocean as part of its life cycle. As part of their migration Australian grayling swim through the Gippsland Lakes and into the ocean every year, before swimming back up one of the many rivers that flow

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Location: Australia, Victoria, Gippsland, . Survey: GLB 2014 , Field No.

New field guide app available!

This is sure to make you ‘appy’! The Wildlife Field Guide to the Gippsland Lakes is now available on the App Store. Download now! The Field Guide app, developed by Museum Victoria, portrays the rich land based, freshwater and marine life found in the Gippsland Lakes catchment. There are photos and descriptions of over 250

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