An initiative of Earthwatch Institute


Being a ClimateWatcher is simple. You can record on species you see near you, contribute to national activities or visit ClimateWatch trails.

Through regularly walking a ClimateWatch trail and recording what you see you can discover what is happening in your local environment and contribute to a national program that helps scientists inform Australia’s response to climate change. Walking the trail with a group gives you the opportunity to share the experience with others.

Find ClimateWatch trails in your area or discover how you can create a trail at a location that is important to you.

Trails around the country

100 Acres Reserve (VIC)
Anakie Gorge (VIC)
Bellarine Peninsula - Barwon Coast & Ocean Grove Nature Reserve (VIC)
Bendigo - Kennington Reservoir - Grassy Flat Bushland Reserve (VIC)
Cape Conran (VIC)
Currawong Bush Park (VIC)
Ecolinc - Bacchus Marsh (VIC)
Glen Iris Wetlands (VIC)
Grampians National Park: Venus Baths (VIC)
Gresswell Forest (VIC)
Kings Billabong (VIC)
Lake Catani (VIC)
Lakewood Nature Reserve, Wantirna South (VIC)
Monash University - Clayton Campus (VIC)
Morwell National Park (VIC)
Newhaven College (VIC)
Organ Pipes National Park (VIC)
Rickett's Point (VIC)
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria (VIC)
Serendip Sanctuary (VIC)
Shepparton - Reedy Swamp (VIC)
St. Joseph's College, Geelong (VIC)
Tyrendarra Indigenous Protected Area, Victoria (VIC)
Valley Reserve, Mount Waverley (VIC)
Werribee Open Range Zoo (VIC)
Wilsons Promontory National Park: Tidal River (VIC)
Yarra Bend Park (VIC)