Ringwood Field Naturalists Club Inc.

". . . to further the study of Natural History in all its branches"

Since 1961, the Ringwood Field Naturalists Club Inc. has been providing a friendly informal environment for its members to develop their personal interest in natural history.

The club offers:
  • Monthly meetings - expert speakers, member presentations, photographs, exhibits,
  • Weekend events - usually an all day field trip to a place of natural history interest,
  • Autumn & Spring camp-outs - a full weekend away,
  • Local field-care days - tree planting/weed removal at local sites,
  • A bi-annual Newsletter,
  • An extensive natural history library.
So, whatever your particular interest may be, whether it is enjoying walks in Victoria's wilderness areas, exploring the world of native orchids or simply identifying the birds visiting your garden, the Ringwood Field Naturalists Club is sure to have something to offer.

A great way to learn more about the club is to come along to one of our monthly meetings which are on the second Wednesday of each month.

Or you can drop us an email (click here) and we can send you some more information about the club.
Upcoming Events
July 2014
Sunday 27th - Field Care Day
10am-12noon in Warrandyte with the Osborne Peninsula Landcare Group. Bring gloves and boots.
Here's their flyer - Click here
August 2014
Wednesday 13th - General Mtg
Speaker: Graham Patterson
"Natural history highlights of the Port Phillip Coast"

Sunday 17th - Kinglake National Park
Leaders: Eeva & David Hewitt
Meet at 10:30am at Jehosaphat Valley picnic area, approx. 1km East of the Kinglake roundabout.
(Melways 250 J8)
What's New

The new calendar for May 2014 to October 2014 is now online on the Calendar page.

We have a complete list of books available to members in the Club Library here. You can also email the Librarian and request a particular book to borrow on the next meeting night.

The Club is on Facebook! "Like" the RFNC on Facebook
to receive updates about events and activities.

Looking for some natural History apps for your iPhone or Android phone? Search no more - we have a list of apps to check out on the Useful Links page.