Saturday 2nd September 2017
A fun filled day is planned to highlight the plight of our native and threatened species.
Live music from local talented artists, poetry, presentations, Educational Talks, bush tucker walk, face-painting and more!
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Here’s a taster so far…
The day begins and ends at our usual times 10am to 4pm.
Music will be starting from 11am onwards.
11am – Live music begins! Educational Talk*. Train ride available.
12pm – Presentation on the plight of the Northern hairy nosed wombat.
1pm – Bush tucker walk and aboriginal artifact display
2pm – Train ride availability and Educational Talk*
*Educational Talks have a special threatened species focus today.
This event is being held on the 2nd September and not the national day of the 7th. This is to maximise availability for families on a Saturday.