Explore Program

September 2014

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Date Time Place Activity

Every Saturday and Sunday in September

10.30am - 3.30 pm

Tidbinbilla Road,
Tidbinbilla
Entry fees apply

Explore the Tidbinbilla Sanctuary

Come and meet a volunteer interpreter who will help you discover the natural wonders of the Sanctuary.

No bookings required. Enquiries: 6205 1233

Every day in September

1.30 pm

Tidbinbilla Road,
Tidbinbilla
Entry fees apply

Pelican feed

Join a wildlife officer as they feed the pelicans. Learn about pelicans and other remarkable inhabitants of the wetlands. Meet at pond 4 in the Sanctuary.

No bookings required. Enquiries: 6205 1233

Saturday 6, and 20 September

2.30 pm - 3 pm

Tidbinbilla Road,
Tidbinbilla
Entry fees apply

Koalas in the canopy

Enjoy a ranger guided walk through the tall eucalypt forest. Search for koalas in the canopy while the ranger tells a story or two about these fascinating marsupials. Meet at the Eucalyptus Forest car park.

No bookings required. Enquiries: 6205 1233

Sunday 7 and 21 September

3.00 pm - 3.45 pm

Tidbinbilla Road,
Tidbinbilla
Entry fees apply

Platypus pursuits

Take a walk with a ranger through Tidbinbilla's wetlands in search of the elusive platypus. It is a great way to spend a relaxing afternoon. Meet at the Sanctuary main entrance. Bring binoculars.

No bookings required. Enquiries: 6205 1233

Sunday 7, 21 and 28 September

2.30 pm –
3.15 pm

Tidbinbilla Road,
Tidbinbilla

Tidbinbilla bush tales

Get the kids excited about being out in nature with Australian bush stories at the Visitor Centre. Learn about our wonderful local wildlife and plants through stories and activities. Suits pre-school and early primary aged children. No entry fee applies if just visiting the Visitor Centre.

No bookings required. Enquiries: 6205 1233

Saturday 6 and 20 September

3.30 pm - 4 pm

Tidbinbilla Road,
Tidbinbilla
Entry fees apply

Corroboree frogs

Hear the story of the critically endangered corroboree frog and how the captive breeding program at Tidbinbilla is trying to save this iconic species from extinction. Meet the ranger at the Visitor Centre. No entry fee applies if just visiting the Visitor Centre.

No bookings required. Enquiries: 6205 1233.

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