In 2002, the United Nations proclaimed the Western Port region in Victoria, Australia, a UNESCO biosphere reserve.
Western Port was chosen because it has outstanding natural values, including a Ramsar wetland of international importance, on the fringe of the expanding city of Melbourne.
Biosphere reserves aim to keep special places—like Western Port—special by fostering conservation and sustainable development. More
Western Port Biosphere Annual General Meeting, 14 November 2013
Dob in a den – Report active fox dens here
Western Port Biosphere Birdsearch, 19-27 October 2013 - Update re final day at Harewood Homestead
The non-profit Biosphere Foundation works with the community to create a better future for the Western Port Biosphere Reserve—environmentally, socially and economically.
We do this through research, education, community engagement, partnerships and on-ground conservation efforts.
Your donation can help.