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:
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.
- 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.
Saturday 6th - Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne
Leaders: Judith Cooke/Jack Airey
Meet at 10:30am in the gardens carpark.
(Melways 133 K10)
Wednesday 10th - AGM & General Mtg
President's address: Jack Airey
"Birding around Perth and the South West of WA"
Friday 19th to Sunday 21st - Spring Camp-out at Newstead
Leaders: Inta & Roger Needham
* Camp-out Itinerary here
* Accommodation info. here
Wednesday 8th - General Mtg
Speaker: Professor Robert King
"Australia's first National Park"
Saturday 11th - Point Nepean
Leaders: Judi & Steve Duke
Meet at 10am at the Gunners Cottage car park. Enter Point Nepean at the main gate and follow Defence Rd to Gunners Cottage.
(Melways 156 C2)