We’re hoping it’ll be sunny! Sutherland Shire Environment Centre is teaming up with the Nature Conservation Council to support a Statewide Picnic for Nature! Picnics are being held across NSW by people who value the environment and want to celebrate the natural beauty and biodiversity of their local areas.
It’s a chance to get together and connect with other like minded people in the local community, knowing the same is happening across the State ❤️
Our picnic is being held atFig Tree Flat at Audley in the Royal National Park. It starts at 11am through to 2pm.
This is a great opportunity for new members to chat to longer term members more involved in our advocacy, and help workshop ways to conserve our local environment. This includes the Royal, and the Hacking River, which has been hit with pollution from Peabody’s Metropolitan Colliery.
Bring a blanket, your favourite picnic food, cameras, binoculars, family and friends. We’d like to continue to build a community which supports better environmental outcomes and a sustainable future for all of us.
If you’re up for some exciting nature encounters join our respected local field ornithologist and nature educator Ricki Coughlan for a bird watching tour along beautiful Lady Carrington Drive.
While we’re hoping this is a good time for all our members to catch up, everyone is welcome to our picnic.
If you’re curious about the Environment Centre and would like to find out more you’re very welcome to come along.