About Us

The IFFA is dedicated to the future of Australian flora and fauna, whether in habitats of world heritage quality or in the urban back yard. Read More

Who's online

There are currently 0 users and 8 guests online.


IFFA Nardoo Hills Bush Heritage reserves trip

IFFA members were buzzing as they met in Wedderburn on a Sunday morning last August. The Nardoo Hills Bush Heritage Reserves we were about to visit are not usually open to visitors, so this was a rare chance for us to examine this remarkable place.
DSC01554 small.JPG

Little Penguin Outing April 2012

On the first Sunday night in April, IFFA visitors and about 15 Earthcare St Kilda volunteers gather at the start of St Kilda Pier for the last of the fortnightly Little Penguin monitoring for this season. We are received by Zoe Hogg, who has been coordinating the research activities for the last 26 years. As we walk along the pier and pass the public boardwalk, she tells me about the enormous datasets she has obtained with the help of her many volunteers.

Of Bandicoots and Botany

Report on IFFA Field Trip to Cranbourne Botanic Gardens by Karen McGregor

The IFFA guided walk in the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne in April 2011 was led by Alex Smart (a Friend of the Gardens and regular tour guide).

The secret life of plants

IFFA excursion to the Melbourne Zoo
15 February 2009

Well, this was my first IFFA excursion, and what a nice time I had. Hey, how often do you get to go behind the scenes at the zoo?

Syndicate content