Ribbons of Remnant Roadsides (RRR) is a collaborative project between Murrindindi Shire Council (MSC) and the Upper Goulburn Landcare Network (UGLN), whereby roadsides are showcased for their biodiversity and conservation significance in the landscape.

Brush-tailed Phascogale – Grannies lane








RRR was initially proposed because it was recognised that our roadsides are a place of refuge for much of our local fauna and flora, but that there was little understanding in the community as to the value these remnant roadsides provide.

Echidna – Clarks Rd








One of the projects activities is undertaking fauna surveys along the roads. Fauna survey methods include spotlighting, camera monitoring, bird counts and community nature walks.

Long-nosed Bandicoot – Murrays Rd








Our camera monitoring is already showing us how important these roadsides are for providing habitat and wildlife corridors for threatened and locally rare species such as Brush-tailed Phascogales and Long-nosed Bandicoots.

Brush-tailed Phascogale – Clarks Rd








Funding for the project is provided by the State Governments Community Volunteer Action Grants and the project is being coordinated by the UGLN.

Ringtail Possum – McColls Lane

Long-nosed Bandicoot with young – Murrays Rd

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