Wetlands

Fleurieu Art Prize Finalist . . . Melissa Boughey

Our resident painter (that's Me!) got a huge shock upon finding that she'd been shortlisted as a finalist for the Fleurieu Water Prize. How exciting eh? If you are on our mailing list you'd regularly hear me going on about our healthy wetlands and how...

Moombaki featured in SPICE magazine

The winter edition of Spice magazine is full of all that is soulful and real about our WA food and producers. It's a magazine that is highly regarded in the industry and by all of us who love good food and wine, carefully grown local...

Murdoch Uni Visit

Last week, we were proud to host a group of 25 students with their Professor from Murdoch Uni's School of Sustainability, organised through Denmark's Centre for Sustainable Living. The main gist of the Moombaki part of the tour was to look at resilient communities and...

Fungi Bushwalk

  A gorgeous sunny day today - this morning Soxy and I went for a walk down the bushtrack around the back of the wetlands and spotted a few fungi. Everything is so lush after the rain, and that unique wet forest smell that you notice...

Frogs safe in this ecological vineyard!

You've probably heard that the presence of frogs in an environment is a great indicator of how balanced that environment is. And it is always a delight to see such an example of getting the ecology of the vineyard right, when you come across a frog,...

Spoonbills

Apart from a few straggly late bloomers, our affectionately regarded spoonbill flock have all but headed off on the long journey north (yes, please!). Hopefully our depleted marron stocks will have time to breed up in time for their return in Spring....