Get Wild About Wetlands - Bat Night Stalk

Add to calendar Thursday 8 October 2020 6.30-8pm

Join Batman Joe Tonga for a guided night stalkk around Little Rush Lake and go batty for bats. Learn all about what bats eat, how to protect them and why they are so important for our wetlands.

Suited to children between 5-12 years. 

Adult supervision required at all times.

$5 per child. Supervising adults and children under 5 are free.

Please wear closed in shoes, long pants, hat, and don't forget your torch!

Meeting point: end of Parkes Street (access off North Lake Road) on the east side of Little Rush Lake.
Please note there are no toilets on site.

Bookings are essential

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Little Rush Lake

Meet on Parkes Street
Yangebup WA 6164

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