Celebrate NSW National Parks' 50th Anniversary With A Fun Filled Day At The Park
- Sun Oct 08 2017
- All Ages
This October, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) invites you to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a free day of family-fun at the oldest national park in the state, Royal National Park.
To be held at Ironbark Flats in Audley, Royal National Park, the anniversary event will be a family-friendly day featuring live performances and entertainment, interactive and sensory displays of flora and fauna, food and drink, and plenty of educational workshops for kids – including wildlife and bugs, Aboriginal culture, history and heritage.
The event is a chance to celebrate the diverse national parks in NSW, learn more about the many activities you can experience in national parks, and get to know the people who protect and conserve our parks all year round. There will be free bus and tram shuttles running to and from Sutherland, Engadine, Loftus Train Stations and Bundeena to Ironbark Flats, and vehicle entry to all National Parks will be free on the day.
There will also be a number of local anniversary events running across the state, also to be held on October 8 including at: Roto House, Port Macquarie National Park, Cape Byron State Conservation Area, Fitzroy Fall Visitor Centre, Morton National Park, Yarrangobilly Caves, Kosciuszko National Park, Hill End Historic Site, Kinchega National Park.
Where: Ironbark Flats in Audley, Royal National Park (plus several local events across the state)
When: Sunday 8 October 2017; 10.00am - 4.00pm
Cost: Free event
For more information on all the events and to register your interest in coming along, visit the website.
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