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)
Haining Farm (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)
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria Cranbourne (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)
Yarra River - Darling Gardens (VIC)