Friday 7 September, 9:30-10:30am
Open your child to the wonder and learning local nature provides, with a free program in a nature setting for two to five year-olds (carer or parent must attend). To highlight the importance of National Threatened Species Day, children will be introduced to some of our threatened animals (furry, scaly and slimy!) as well as having nature items to feel, explore and make crafty creatures with. There will be opportunities for children to make their own nature discoveries in a safe, urban bushland setting close to facilities. Registration essential - under Read more.
This event is proudly supported by the City of Whittlesea.
Whittlesea Public Gardens, end of Barry Road Thomastown (Melway 8 C4 - see map) - meet near the car park.