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ACF-AWR Australia’s Biggest Bushwalk

Sat 18 May, 2024 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

We love nature!  So we’re getting active in nature to help protect Australia’s iconic wildlife.

Did you know that over 80% of Australia’s animals are found nowhere else other than in our very own big backyard? Sadly, 619 of these Australian animals are threatened species, losing their homes to habitat destruction and climate change every single day.  The Sloane’s Froglet, the Freckled Duck, the Gang-Gang Cockatoo, and the Murray Cod are a few examples of endangered species in the Albury Wodonga region.

In May 2024, we’ll be taking on the Australia’s Biggest Bushwalk challenge and raising funds to help bring our beloved animals back from the brink.

Join us!

When:  18 May, 10.00 am to 12.00 pm

Where:  Wonga Wetlands, 2377 Riverina Highway, Splitters Creek, 2640

What: Walk one or more of the trails in this map – 0.5 km (green trail), 1.2 km (blue trail) or 2.5 km (red trail).  Walk as little or as much as you like.

We’ll enjoy a BYO picnic lunch after our walk and please join us for a chat and an enjoyable time with like-minded people.

What to bring:  Your lunch, something to drink (no alcohol), clothes suitable for the weather, closed shoes, sunscreen, mosquito repellent

Other things you may like to bring:  A chair, binoculars, camera

What you can’t bring:  Your dog or your bicycle (to protect the wildlife)

Other actions you can take:

We look forward to seeing you.  RSVP now!