At this FREE family friendly workshop you will hear all about how to find koalas in your local area, including what they eat and why that makes them more drought tolerant than Brisbane or Redlands koalas.
Led by Dr Rebecca Larkin of the Ipswich Koala Protection Society, this interactive workshop will give attendees the opportunity to touch and smell the leaves of common koala food trees in our region and ask any questions you might have.
Dr Larkin will detail what to look for when you are out and about in koala habitat, and she will guide us on a short walk to see what clues we can find.
This is a great event for the whole family!
LOCATION: The event starts at Alexandra Hall 111 Cressbrook St, Toogoolawah (Meeting & talk) after which we will take a short walk along Cressbrook Creek (plantings behind the Toogoolawah Swimming Pool) for the interactive workshop.
Closed-in footwear and a hat are recommended for the walk. Morning tea will be available
All the key details are below:
DATE: 19th February 2023
TIME: 9 – 11am
LOCATION: Parkland between the Swimming Pool and The Condensery, Factory Road, (for best parking – veer left immediately after the swimming pool toward The Condensery). You’ll see us at gazebos in the park.
COST: This is a free event suitable for adults & children.
WHAT TO BRING: Please wear walking shoes for the workshop short walk.
If you have any questions please contact us via our contact page.