Restoring landscapes across the Mount Alexander Region

Camp Out on the Mount 2021

Connecting Country acknowledges the elders of the Dja Dja Wurrung community and their forebears as the Traditional Owners of Country in the Mount Alexander region. We acknowledge their living culture and their unique role in the life of this region.

Virtual Camp Out on the Mount 2021

This year, to reduce the risk of having to cancel or reschedule, we have decided to jump the gun, get creative and plan for a virtual ‘Camp Out on the Mount’ 2021.

When: 3 – 18 April 2021
Right here!
How to join in:
Explore the web pages below send in a contribution to the ‘Camp Out Collage’ of photos, stories, and pledges

Camp Out Collage

We aim to capture the ‘Camp Out on the Mount’ spirit by encouraging everyone to engage with our special ‘Camp Out 2021’ web pages, and inviting you to contribute to our ‘Camp Out Collage’. Each page focuses on one of the elements that make the Camp Out special:

  • Camping out (of course!)
  • Caring for the land.
  • Loving Leanganook.
  • Connecting with Indigenous culture.

To access the pages, click on the picture links below.

Join in and enter the draw

For each contribution you make to the ‘Camp Out Collage’ you will be entered into the draw to win a prize. Please note that you are only eligible to win the prizes if you live in Australia, and some of the prizes (such as the nest box and plants) will only be available for properties in the Mount Alexander region of central Victoria.

You may send in a maximum of four entries (i.e., one entry for each element). The four elements are: ‘Loving Leanganook’, ‘Connecting with culture’, ‘Caring for the land’, and ‘Camping out’. Click on the links below to learn more and to send in a contribution to the collage. To access the entry forms, click on the picture links below.

Send your completed form(s) to by midnight on Sunday 18 April 2021. Your entries will be added to a collage of photos, stories, and pledges, which will be shared on our website in the coming months. You will also be automatically entered into the draw to win a prize (or if you wish to opt out of the prize draw, please note this in your email).


  • Nest box installed by Wildlife Nestboxes .
  • Book bundle on native plants of the Mount Alexander Region from Friends of the Box Ironbark Forests featuring Mosses, Eucalypts, Acacias, and Native Peas.
  • Local produce hamper.
  • Small selection of indigenous tubestock to plant (acacias and sheoaks).
  • Brochure bundle from Connecting Country featuring Woodland birds of Central Victoria, Indigenous plants of Castlemaine and surrounds, and Reptiles and Frogs of the Mount Alexander Region.

Loving Leanganook

Tell us why you love Leanganook/Mount Alexander

Caring for the land

Make a pledge to help care for the land

Connecting with culture

Make some time for learning and reflecting

Camping out

Send us a photo of yourselves camping out!