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Point Danger Australasian Gannet Breeding Colony

Point Danger is Australia's only mainland colony of Australasian Gannets and is located approximately 6 kilometres outside the township of Portland in western Victoria.
Around 6,000 pairs of these magnificent birds nest on Point Danger as well as nearby Lawrence Rocks, which are located 2 kilometres south, southeast of the mainland.

The Point Danger Committee of Management manages the Crown land that the Gannet colony is located on. Considerable support has been provided by Portland Aluminium, Glenelg Shire, South West TAFE, Friends of the Great South West Walk, Portland Professional Diving services and many other Portland volunteer groups.

Wildblue together with the Portland Eco Trust, PointDanger Committee of Management, Hotkey Internet & Bob Mcpherson Plumbing have been able to install a Web Camera at Point Danger to monotor the breeding of the Gannets.

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