Eaglehawk Waterhole – a great place to be this Saturday

We have had a fantastic National Volunteer Week catching up with volunteers, meeting new people, and doing what we do best – conserving the environment! We have celebrated our volunteers at the NGT Mount Gambier Open Day, searched with keen eyes for the Orange-bellied Parrot, and listened to the sounds of dusk while surveying for the Smooth Frog at Mount Burr Swamp.

One of the seasonal wetlands surrounded by woodland at Eaglehawk Waterhole. Photo: Nature Glenelg Trust

We would love to see you at our next event during National Volunteer Week at Eaglehawk Waterhole this Saturday 25th May. Eaglehawk Waterhole is our first habitat restoration reserve. There is an array of activities to be involved in, and of course some snacks on hand. See below for details. If you would like some assistance with transport, please contact Kimberley, as there may be some room in vehicles leaving from Mt Gambier.

Everyone welcome – family-friendly activity. Snacks will be provided.

Where: Eaglehawk Waterhole, 4043 Frances Road, Bangham (1 hour north of Penola, or 1 hour west of Natimuk)

When: 10:00am-3:00pm, Saturday 25th May 2019

Bring: Lunch, enclosed shoes, gloves, weather-appropriate clothing, water.

To register or for more information please email , call the Mount Gambier office on 08 8797 8596, or check out our event on Facebook.

Lauren Kivisalu
Lauren Kivisalu
lauren.kivisalu@natureglenelg.org.au