Devilbend Foundation

Caring for the Devilbend Natural Features Reserve About Us

A Key Biodiversity Area

Devilbend is a special place and recognised internationally as a Key Biodiversity Area or KBA.
Within this unique reserve a variety of leisure activities are available, such as horse riding around the perimeter of some parts of the reserve, fishing and kayaking in designated zones, and bike riding or bush walking on clearly signed tracks.

Become a volunteer

There are all sorts of things we need a hand with and it's all easy.
So if you have a spare hour or two, contact us today.

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The People

We are a friendly bunch with varying backgrounds and ages. What brings us together is a deep passion for the environment.

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Donation

Yes Please! Big or Small.
We are a tax deductible organisation, so help us to raise funds to make Devilbend a world class conservation reserve.

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Getting Our Hands Dirty

Some of the members and volunteers helping to keep this area special.

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Ongoing Projects

We're working hard with our partners to help keep this a special place.

Bird Monitoring

This has taken place since May 2004 & over 150 species have been recorded.

Water Watch

Waterwatch monitoring and restoration activities.

Biolinks Promotion

Biolinks aims to promote community-driven wildlife corridors.

Habitat Restoration

The Friends of Daangean do a great job assisting with planting & weed control.

Research Projects

Monitoring & research of the aquatic life. An area of great importance.

Educational

Engaging & encouraging school and TAFE students.

Recent News

A few snippets of what's going on.

Rangers Update

December 2017

Parks Victoria getting ready for on water access new signage, seats and a safe launch area is just some of what they have been doing.

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Friends of Daangean

December 2017

Friends of Daangean bush maintenance team was in the thick of it- a sweet pittosporum forest some of which were of fruiting age.

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DFI Ambassadors

December 2017

DFI's first school ambassadors from Tyabb Railway Primary School visited the reserve on Tuesday 5th December to begin a frog census.

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