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Threatened Species Koala Tree Planting Day 2016

5 months ago
Tree_planting


September is the time of year where we come together for National Threatened Species Day, a day to commemorate the death of the last Tasmanian tiger at Hobart Zoo in 1936. It is also a special month known as ‘Save the koala’ month; where we take action to ensure the koala doesn’t go down the same path as the Tassie Tiger.

The Koala Team in collaboration with our Natural Areas Management Unit would like to invite you to take action for koalas and other threatened species on the Gold Coast by planting a tree at our Threatened Species Koala Tree Planting Day.

  • All tools required are available on the day

  • Public facilities are available within Schuster’s Park

  • Please wear closed in shoes, sun safe clothing, a hat and remember your sun screen and drinking water!

Date: Saturday 24th September

Location: Schuster's Park, Heather St, Tallebudgera

Ages: all ages, family friendly event

Attendance space is limited, please call or email to book before Thursday 22 September

E:namu@goldcoast.qld.gov.au

P: 07 55811537