Community Education

We play an active role educating the community.

Learning about Zamia wool with Neville Collard

Overview

Sharing knowledge of our bushland

In addition to delivering at least two public events each year, we accept invitations to speak to local community groups about the bushland and are focusing on increasing readily accessible public information such as our newsletter and our book Jirdarup Bushland and the Friends who care for it.

We also share information about current and past research in the Precinct and provide access to resources to inspire children.

Follow us on Facebook or keep an eye on our website to find out about upcoming events and what’s happening.

See below for our past popular Walk & Talk events as well as others. Several  contain links to presentations at those events. From 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2024, many of our community education activities were made possible through a State NRM grant.

Events,Fauna,Research & Citizen Science

Bats

Events

Meet us at Hawaiian

Events

International Day of People with Disability 8 Dec 2023

Events

Fungi and Slime Mould

Events

How good are banksia woodlands? 20 may 2023

Events

Planting is always popular

Events

International Day of People with Disability 3 Dec 2022

Events

Mental Health Week 16 Oct 2022

Events

Biodiversity and Research 28 May 2022

Events

Neville collard 2 April 2022