What can you tell us about the Mitta Mitta River?

This page is intended to be a catalyst for sharing more information about the Mighty Mitta with paddlers and guides, who in turn can then “Pass It Forward” to their friends, clients and students. In this way, more people learn about our magical wilderness area and river, and are more likely to help protect, preserve and care for it in future. Mittapedia is seeking leaders and professionals in the following fields to assist with content.

 In specific we are searching for lecturers in:

  • Geology

  • Botany

  • Birds and/or other Fauna

  • Aboriginal history

  • Settler &/or Miner history

  • Environmental health (which could include things like water quality, visitation impacts, Leave No Trace, etc.)

  • Ideas for any other subject of potential interest to a paddling/outdoor education community. We can also use this event as a catalyst for future school projects.

If this is you or someone you know please get in touch with us!

Phone: 03 5159 7252

Contact Friends of the Mitta 

Thanks for submitting!

Friends Of The Mitta
c/o Jeffe Aronson
124 Callaghans Rd
​Anglers Rest, Victoria 3898

Want to support Friends Of The Mitta?

We'd love you to become a member &/or donate. That's how we can continue to do great projects like this website, and on the ground works. You can also buy a super cool hoodie. Click "Paddler Resources", then "Paddler Articles", and click the "Become a Member" Post for more information. Or just click the "donate" button! Thanks in advance!

Our Commitment to you

We will never ever share your details with anyone, nohow, noway.

Check the resources tab for articles, or use the search for a specific interest, e.g.: "geology".

Want to support Friends Of The Mitta?

We'd love you to become a member &/or donate. That's how we can continue to do great projects like this website, and on the ground works. You can also buy a super cool hoodie. Click "Paddler Resources", then "Paddler Articles", and click the "Become a Member" Post for more information. Or just click the "donate" button! Thanks in advance!

Mitta Mitta River photos