Wellington Shire Council is seeking two people to represent the community on the Lake Guyatt Environmental Education Centre Advisory Committee.
The centre is currently being built and will be a major community education facility in the Lake Guthridge and Lake Guyatt recreation precinct.
It will host learning programs, activities and events with an environmental and cultural focus.
In managing the centre, Council relies on the input, advice and support of the Advisory Committee, which represents the facility's partners and users.
Representatives currently on the committee include Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC), Seed Garden, TAFE Gippsland, Federation University, Parks Victoria, Friends of the Sale Botanic Garden Group and Bug Blitz Trust.
The two community members on the committee will represent the interests of the broader community and provide skills additional to the existing members.
To apply to become a member of the advisory committee visit www.wellington.vic.gov.au/GuyattEOI before Sunday 2 January 2022.