For over a decade the Sapphire Coast Regional Science Hub and Sustainability Education Network (SCRSHSEN) has been celebrating National Science Week by hosting the Sapphire Coast Science Festival.
The festival highlights the amazing biodiversity of the region and the work being done by local organisations and scientists to raise community awareness of, and engagement with, science.
The Sapphire Coast Science Festival is supported by Inspiring Australia NSW and a range of wonderful activities are available to select from, online and in the field:
Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness
- iNaturalist: a beginner’s guide – Bega River Reserve – 13 August
- iNaturalist: for advanced users – online – 18 August
- Citizen Science at home and abroad – online 12 August
Bournda Environmental Education Centre
- Photography for Fungi Fans – at Bournda EEC – 13 August