An initiative of Earthwatch Institute

ClimateWatch Guided Trail Walks

ClimateWatch community trail walks are a great way to get outdoors and do something about climate change! With a group of like-minded folks, you will learn about ClimateWatch - Australia's national phenology network - and help collect seasonal observations of Australia’s plants and animals for a nation-wide study. 

All trail walks are led by one of our ClimateWatch project officers who will guide you and discuss how monitoring phenology helps build our understanding of climate change impacts. You will hear how the ClimateWatch in Parks program is aiming to understand the effects of climate change in Victoria, in collaboration with schools, community groups and Parks Victoria.

There are several events being delivered across regional Victoria that are open to anyone and everyone interested in helping shape Australia’s scientific response to the climate crisis.

Below is a list of events that will be taking place over the next month. Signup to join a walk by following the Eventbrite link and registering to be a part of the ClimateWatch in Parks program!


Ocean Grove Nature Reserve:

9 October

18 October

Anakie Gorge:

15 November

Kennington Reservoir:

13 November

Morwell National Park:

4 November

20 November

Reedy Swamp:

13 November

Cape Conran:

22 November

23 November

Mount Buffalo

16 October

6 November


For more information contact us through our website.