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Wildlife Workshop with Bush Tales: The Gardens

Kids and adults alike will get to meet native snakes, lizards, birds and more in this interactive presentation. The primary outcome for Bush Tales is to educate the future generation and engage them in the unique biology of this land.

When: Saturday, August 18 2018. 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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Where: George Brown Botanic Gardens
Gilruth Avenue and Gardens Road, The Gardens, NT, 0820
Topic: Environment and nature
Cost: Free
Bookings: bushtales@outlook.com
Social Media: Facebook

This is a unique opportunity to learn about the amazing flora and fauna of Australia in a fun an engaging setting. This event runs for 60 minutes and participants will get the opportunity to meet and learn about some of our fascinating critters, up close and personal. Kids and adults alike will get to meet native snakes, lizards, birds and more in this interactive presentation.

The primary outcome for Bush Tales is to educate the future generation and engage them in the unique biology of this land. This event is suitable to all ages (especially kids) and is totally free.

To register your interest, simply RSVP to the event on the Bush Tales Facebook page or email and let us know which workshop you’re planning to attend. Bush Tales are looking forward to meeting all of the young and budding biologists of Darwin for National Science Week.

IMPORTANT – FINDING US ON THE DAY:

We will be located at the Eco-House within the gardens. Here is a map.

If you are having trouble finding us, you may call 0421669058 before 10am for help with directions.

Contact details:

Erin Costelloe
Bush Tales
Email: bushtales@outlook.com
Phone: 0421 669 058

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