Date Event Location Description
Saturday 16th May 2020 VMRG Reporting Back Weekend
Patchewollock (details to be confirmed)
The Reporting Back Weekend is the VMRG's second-biggest event each year, after the training weekend, when members will get to hear about the results of last season's monitoring and how our lovely birds are doing.

This year wev'e set a date and chosen our probable venue. Stay tuned to the website for more details!
Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th October 2020 Annual training for volunteer monitors Wonga Campground, Wyperfeld National Park The VMRG conducts an annual Training Weekend on the 2nd weekend in October at the Wonga Campground, Wyperfeld National Park. The training is mandatory for all prospective monitors. Training includes field work requirements, safety in the bush and use of the technology. The program starts at noon on saturday and ends with lunch on sunday. For members, the cost of training is included in the membership fee, provided it is paid on or prior to the weekend. The cost for non-members is $35 per head.

An optional catering charge of $20.00 per head (children 16 and under are free) will apply. The fee will cover Saturday evening campfire meal with desserts, sunday lunchtime bbq, and continuous hot refreshments. You will need to bring your own utensils.

Please note that these fees may change prior to the event.

The large camping ground has composting toilets (three sets), limited water but no power and is suitable for all types of camping, including caravans.

New members and propective members are most welcome. Go to our New Members page to become a member or to renew your membership or use our Contact Us form.

Click here to dowload the 2019 registration form.

Sunday 11th October 2020 Annual General Meeting Wonga Campground, Wyperfeld National Park The AGM incorporates the Election of the Executive - President, Vice-president, Secretary and Treasurer - and the Committee Members (normally 5), as well as receiving reports from the out-going Executive and Committee.

Filling all positions is essential if the VMRG is going to continue its very effective involvement in malleefowl preservation. All members are urged to consider accepting nomination to one of the positions.

Details of the election process will be forwarded separately.