Bundanon

Riparian River Exploration | Bundanon Field Days

Join Bundanon's Natural Resources Manager for a guided walk of Bundanon's riparian zone, and plant grasses along the riverbank.

Bundanon Field Days 2022 considers our role within the complex ecologies and natural environments of Bundanon and the South Coast.

Walking connects us with the people and environments around us.

Join Michael Andrews, Bundanon’s Natural Resources Manager, on a stroll of Bundanon’s riparian zones and be a part of caring for Country through the planting of kangaroo grasses, regenerating and strengthening riverbank systems.  

A maximum of 20 people will participate in this workshop.

Ages: All ages

Walk grade: Easy.

What to bring? Day pack with water, snacks and lunch to enjoy on the grounds. Closed in walking shoes. Insect repellent.

Visiting details: Attendees will gather at the Bundanon Art Museum forecourt at 10.45am. The group will be guided on a walk from the Art Museum to Stuttering Frog Creek and the Riverbank where you will have the opportunity to plant kangaroo grass.

All children must be accompanied by an adult.

COVID-19

COVID-19 Bundanon is committed to prioritising the health and safety of our visitors, staff, volunteers and vulnerable community members.

Please read more about Bundanon’s COVID-19 Management Plan before you visit.

FIELD DAYS 2022 AT BUNDANON

April School Holiday (11 – 23 April)

Bundanon Field Days 2022 considers our role within the complex ecologies and natural environments of Bundanon and the South Coast.

Click here to read the full program of events.

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Bundanon acknowledges the Wodi Wodi and the Yuin, of the South Coast region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.

In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

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