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At Little Desert Nature Lodge you can soak up the desert night sky, enjoy the thrill of interacting with wildlife and connect with country in one of Victoria’s most unique nature tourism experiences.

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Little Desert Nature Lodge Hosts Chinese Students

Little Desert Nature Lodge recently hosted 25 Chinese students from Go Abroad Education. The high school students spent a week in the region participating in local conservation projects, hosted by Conservation Volunteers Australia, and educational activities in Horsham. The students got to grips with hands-on conservation activities as they helped repair conservation fence lines, checked […]
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Good and Glorious Food

It’s a long way from Devon to Dimboola, but Dan Evans thinks it’s worth it for the olive oil. After coming to Australia from Devon in the UK a little over a year ago to work as Head Chef and Kitchen Manager at Little Desert Nature Lodge, Dan is impressed with the quality of the […]
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‘Around the Mounds’ Now Online

The Spring 2017 edition of Around the Mounds, the National Malleefowl Recovery (NMR) Team’s newsletter, is now available for viewing and downloading from their website. This edition includes an article on page 4 about recent survey work undertaken in and around the Little Desert National Park to identify and protect Malleefowl mounds (nests) from seasonal […]
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Parks Victoria and the Silky Experience

Parks Victoria gets a silky experience at Little Desert Nature Lodge. Kylie Trott, Executive Director Regional Victoria, Parks Victoria, snapped this silky mouse (Pseudomys apodemoides) during our Rewilding the Desert initiatives’ Spring monitoring program.  Kylie, along with Sally Lewis, Gavan Mathieson and Zoe Wilkinson visited our initiative to get firsthand experience of our work. The […]
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All profits support the conservation of Australia’s threatened wildlife.

Little Desert Nature Lodge staff respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this land, the Wotjobaluk, Jaadwa, Jadawadjali, Wergaia and Jupagalk peoples.