Geelong Field Naturalist Club



The aims of the GFNC are to:
• Stimulate the study and appreciation of natural history.
• Preserve and protect native flora and fauna.
• Promote the conservation of natural resources and the protection of endangered species and habitats.
• Record information and knowledge about the flora and fauna of the Geelong region.


There are many organised events for you to become involved with.
GFNC members participate in .....
• Monthly field trips to local areas of natural significance, observing plants, birds and all other living things.
• As well, we note the geology and fossils of local sites plus evidence of traditional owners' occupation in the region.
• Illustrated presentations by leaders in natural environment subjects
• Bushland, coastal and alpine campouts
• Flora and fauna surveys
• Conservation projects

To become a volunteer, register with ParkConnect.

Group interests


Group leader

Name:Graham Possingham

Phone:13 19 63


Upcoming activities