Working in theUpper Hopkinslandscape

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Farming forcurrent and futuregenerations

The Upper Hopkins Land Management Group facilitates funding for a range of environmental projects.

The area that we care for is approximately 250,000 hectares, and extends from Ararat towards Beaufort, south-west to Lake Bolac, across to Glenthompson and up along the Grampians National Park eastern boundary to Moyston.

Our Mission

Protecting the environment, encouraging productivity, engaging our/the community to ensure sustainable farming for current and future generations.

“A healthy Hopkins River system starts with us”

The Hopkins River begins as small tributaries between the Grampians and Pyrenees ranges. The river winds 271 kilometres through the basalt plains of Western Victoria to the Southern Ocean near Warrnambool.

The Hopkins River plays an important role for biodiversity. The river provides habitat for species like platypus, Australian grayling, and short-finned eel. 

Land Management Programs

We facilitate a range of environmental programs designed to improve the long term viability and ecological values of your property.