Pope's Eye and Chinaman's Hat

Knobbed argonaut. Image credit - Julian Finn, Museums Victoria
Argonauta nodosus. At Pope's Eye
Hydroid. Image credit - Julian Finn, Museums Victoria
At Pope's Eye
Arctocephalus pusillus: Australian fur seal
Image credit - Mark Rodrigue, Parks Victoria
Arctocephalus pusillus: Australian fur seal
Arctocephalus pusillus: Australian fur seal. Image credit - David Donnelly
Gorgonian. Image credit - Julian Finn, Museums Victoria
At Pope's Eye
Bluethroat wrasse. Image credit - Julian Finn, Museums Victoria
Notolabrus tetricus. At Pope's Eye
Morus serrator: Australasian gannet
Australasian gannet. Image credit - Professor John Arnould, Deakin University
Morus serrator
Hyperlophus sp., sprat
Sprat. Image credit - Julian Finn, Museums Victoria
Hyperlophus sp. At Pope's Eye
Australian fur seal. Image credit - Julian Finn, Museums Victoria
Arctocephalus pusillus. At Chinaman's Hat
Australian fur seal. Image credit - Julian Finn, Museums Victoria
Arctocephalus pusillus. At Chinaman's Hat
Australian fur seal. Image credit - Julian Finn, Museums Victoria
Arctocephalus pusillus. At Chinaman's Hat

The more we know, the better we understand, and that’s where citizen scientists have a role to play.

Gardens at The Heads

Situated at The Heads in Port Phillip Bay sits a canyon which marks the historical course of the Yarra Valley.

An important aspect of the management and conservation of Victoria’s marine environment is the regular checking of the condition of the ecosystem and how it may be changing over time.