This blog and website are about observations & issues concerning the natural history of the Strathbogie Ranges, Victoria, Australia.
The site is also the on-line face of the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network (2016 onwards). For archived SRCMN information click here.
This site aims to record biodiversity and natural history information from across the Strathbogie Ranges and surrounding districts and build an on-line resource, a collection of images, records and stories.
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Where are we?
The Strathbogie Ranges are situated in North Eastern Victoria, Australia, surrounded by the townships of Benalla to the north-east, Seymour to the south-west and Yea and Merton to the south. Whilst the Ranges themselves are defined by two large and connected, elevated granitic landscapes, the Eastern and Western Strathbogie Ranges, the Strathbogie Ranges CMN area extends beyond the higher topography, to include all areas within the major Highways that surround the Ranges (Hume Fwy, Goulburn Valley Hwy, Maroondah Hwy, Midland Hwy). Notwithstanding this convenient boundary, any groups or individuals interested in the natural history and ecology of the region are welcome to join in.