Frog Night – Williamstown

Find out about how to record frogs calling in your local waterway

Have you ever wanted to know more about the native animals that live in your local area? Frogs live fascinating lives and are an important part of our aquatic ecosystems. Our frogs are adapted to specific local conditions and are an indicator of waterway health.

Join Healthy Waterways Waterwatch, Hobsons Bay City Council and Friends of Williamstown Wetlands for an evening of frog discovery on the distribution and life cycles of the frogs of Melbourne, as well as:

• Identification of frogs by their call
• Tips and hints for recording these often cryptic creatures
• Training for the Melbourne Water Frog Census
• How to attract frogs to you garden and creating frog-friendly habitat.

Check out the frog census website with interactive map

When: 7:30 PM, Sunday November 28.
Where: Meet at the end of Bayview St, Williamstown. Melway 55 K10.
Please Bring: Weather appropriate clothing, sturdy shoes, long pants, torch and if available, recording equipment such as digital voice recorder, mobile phone, etc.
Please contact Laura Murphy (Hobsons Bay City Council) on or
Phone 9932 1282 to book your place.