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Coast and Wetland Discovery Walk – Point Cook

Join experts from the Werribee River Association on a guided walk around Point Cook Coastal Park.

Hooded Plover Walk – Cape Woolamai

A walk with a Phillip Island Nature Parks Ranger to learn more about the critically endangered Hooded Plover.

Nocturnal Ramble – Lake Tyers

Come on a possum prowl through the delightful scrub around Red Bluff. Join us as we look for gliders, bats and large forest owls…

Breakfast with Birds – Lake Tyers

Come and watch birds at breakfast time at Lake Tyers Beach…

Hooded Plover Walk – Cape Woolamai

A walk with a Phillip Island Nature Parks Ranger to learn more about the critically endangered Hooded Plover.

Coast and Wetland Discovery Walk – Point Cook

Join experts from the Werribee River Association on a guided walk around Point Cook Coastal Park.

Frogs: Their Future, Our Future

Frogs have been around for millions of years – even before the dinosaurs, there is much to learn about their ecology and how they have been able to survive for all these years!

Join Christina Renowden, zoologist with a passion for connecting people with nature as she talks of the importance of Frogs!

Nocturnal Ramble with Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony – Eagle Point

Come on a possum prowl through the delightful scrub around Eagle Point. Join us as we look for gliders, bats and large forest owls…

Junior Rangers A Crater Full Of Wildlife 16 January 2020 – Tower Hill

Come join our Rangers and be lead on a journey through an extinct volcano. Along the way you will discover what animals call this special crater home and what animals just don’t belong.


This activity is suitable for children aged 6-12, who must be accompanied by a parent or guardian aged 18 or over.


 


Please bring water, sunscreen, insect repellent, and wear enclosed shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather.


 


This activity may be rescheduled, changed or cancelled due to adverse weather (e.g. days of Total Fire Ban) or for emergency response.


 


Please meet 5 minutes before the event starts at Tower Hill State Game Reserve, Tower Hill. Meet the Rangers in the picnic ground at the picnic tables (toilet facilities available).

Junior Rangers A Crater Full Of Wildlife 13 January 2020 – Tower Hill

Come join our Rangers and be lead on a journey through an extinct volcano. Along the way you will discover what animals call this special crater home and what animals just don’t belong.


This activity is suitable for children aged 6-12, who must be accompanied by a parent or guardian aged 18 or over.


 


Please bring water, sunscreen, insect repellent, and wear enclosed shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather.


 


This activity may be rescheduled, changed or cancelled due to adverse weather (e.g. days of Total Fire Ban) or for emergency response.


 


Please meet 5 minutes before the event starts at Tower Hill State Game Reserve, Tower Hill. Meet the Rangers in the picnic ground at the picnic tables (toilet facilities available).