Get Wild About Wetlands - Is Bunny in the Bush? (Cancelled)

Add to calendar Thursday 16 April 2020 10-11.30am

**In the interest of community safety and recent information on COVID-19 this event has been cancelled.

Join our egg-cellent bushland treasure hunt and explore why the bunnies love our bush so much! Make a bunny hat and discover hidden eggs in the trees with special messages from the Easter bunny.
Age: 4-6 years

Get Wild About Wetlands is a series of environmental activities held for families during the school holidays. All events held at The Wetlands Centre, Cockburn.  Book your family in for a range of events for only $5 per child/event. Adults are free, however please book an adult entry ticket for all adults attending. 

For all events you and your children are required to wear trousers (long pants) and closed in shoes

Remember to bring your drink bottles and hats.

This program is a community and local government partnership between The Wetlands Centre, Cockburn and the City of Cockburn.

Bookings essential

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The Wetlands Centre, Cockburn

184 Hope Road, 
Bibra Lake WA 6163

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9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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