Come and celebrate with 'A Day in the Park'
Come and celebrate 'A day in the Park' this school holidays on Friday 6 October at the Valley Lakes/Kelta Malpi Conservation Park from 10.30am till 2.30pm.
The Limestone Coast Landscape Board in collaboration with City of Mt Gambier are inviting the community to come along to this fun filled family day out.
Activities will include nature cubby building, storytelling, craft activities, guided tours of the newly founded ClimateWatch trail, nature scavenger hunts and interactive education stations.
The ClimateWatch Trail official opening will take place at 10.30am with activities scheduled until 2.30pm.
Vanessa Freebairn, Limestone Coast Landscape Board Education Co-Ordinator encourages all families to attend this day out in nature. "There are so many wonderful activities on offer at this event. With the ClimateWatch Trail being launched families are encouraged to take a guided tour of the trail and learn how to use the ClimateWatch app to record local species for future visits to the park".
Council encourages locals and visitors alike to explore our unique natural environment. "The trail represents a fantastic means to engage with nature, and observe changes in our local species over time. Nature is fascinating, and the tools developed for the trail will assist with learning more about our amazing local flora," City of Mount Gambier Environmental Sustainability Officer, Aaron Izzard said.
With a free sausage sizzle or the opportunity to bring your own picnic lunch on the day, the Limestone Coast Landscape Board along with City of Mt Gambier are looking forward to providing this free event for the Limestone Coast community to enjoy.
To register for this event please visit https://rb.gy/2whll