Barongarook Landcare Group (BLG)

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The Otway region is gearing up to showcase everything locally grown and sown. Some ready to eat and the rest harvested to take home and add a culinary spin.

Taste and purchase local produce; talk to and learn from local growers and makers. Develop growing and making talents by taking part in demonstrations and workshops around the theme of small holding skills like building soil and compost, bee keeping, poultry management, regenerative farming, the lifecycle of wool, native bush foods, truffle sniffer dog trials, shearing and creative kids food and fibre activities.

For all event updates, photos and the program guide please go to our Facebook page

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Barongarook people – living and working sustainably in the landscape.  Protecting and enhancing remnant habitat and waterways while complimenting productivity and lifestyle.

Our area is approximately 12205 hectares, one fifth of which is either Otway State Park or timber production.

Barongarook Landcare Group was formed in 1997

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Victorian Government support -
The Barongarook Landcare Group has received funding from the Victorian Landcare Facilitator Program to provide local Landcare support up to June 2019.  The Victorian Government has provided the funding for local Landcare groups to contribute to the salaries of facilitators who will support the work of local Landcare communities to protect, enhance and restore our natural environment.



‘Barongarook’ is a Gulidjan word meaning ‘running water’. Sources: O’Callaghan 1918:26 Massola 1968:9 Provided by - Joel Wright | Laka Gunditj Language Program Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages (VACL)

  • Our Projects

    Joseph Paatsch Nature Reserve
    The Barongarook Landcare Group are working on a project to compliment the hard work of the Colac Rotary Club. Read more...

    JPNR Nth Side
    BLG have been in touch with the landholders on the north side as well as Corangamite Catchment Management Authority and Colac Otway Shire Read more...

    St Lawrence Works Crew
    Mid August 2013, after several months of negotiation, a works crew has been contracted to support Barongarook Landcare Group projects.
    Read more...

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