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Sydney Premiere: The Koalas & Filmmaker Q&A

If you care about our local koalas this film is one to watch. Why are our most loved marsupials facing extinction even as governments are announcing new strategies to protect them?

Upcoming screenings will be at the Dendy in Newtown on 20 June; Cremorne Orpheum on 27 June; and the Randwick Ritz on 30 June.
The Koalas takes audiences on a journey into the lives of individual koalas, led by charismatic characters Wonnie, Bexley, Tom, Baz, Coral and adorable joeys Hope and Pala. As these stories unfold so do the unique characteristics of koalas, their bond with their young, and wildlife carers they come into contact with.

Walk a hidden gem in the Royal, and check out coal waste material on the way

Red Cedar Flat picnic area Red Cedar Flat, Lady Wakehurst Drive, Lilyvale, NSW, Australia

All welcome! Please join us - Saturday 29 June. We'll be walking in the southern part of the Royal National Park, around the Hacking (Deeban) River and Camp Gully Creek. This is one of the lesser known and hidden parts of the park, adjacent to the beautiful Lady Wakehurst Drive. Coal waste is visible through this area, but it is still quite beautiful. It is also somewhat eerie. The walk is free, but numbers are strictly limited. You'll need to register - please click on the link for more info.

Free

Walk a hidden gem in the Royal, and check out coal waste material on the way

Red Cedar Flat picnic area Red Cedar Flat, Lady Wakehurst Drive, Lilyvale, NSW, Australia

All welcome! Come join us Saturday, 13 July. We'll be walking in the southern part of the Royal National Park, around the Hacking (Deeban) River and Camp Gully Creek. This is one of the lesser known and hidden parts of the park, adjacent to the beautiful Lady Wakehurst Drive. Coal waste is visible through this area, but it is still quite beautiful. It is also somewhat eerie. The walk is free, but numbers are strictly limited. You'll need to register - please click on the link for more info.

Free

Walk a hidden gem in the Royal, and check out coal waste material on the way

Red Cedar Flat picnic area Red Cedar Flat, Lady Wakehurst Drive, Lilyvale, NSW, Australia

All welcome! Please join us - Saturday 27 July. We'll be walking in the southern part of the Royal National Park, around the Hacking (Deeban) River and Camp Gully Creek. This is one of the lesser known and hidden parts of the park, adjacent to the beautiful Lady Wakehurst Drive. Coal waste is visible through this area, but it is still quite beautiful. It is also somewhat eerie. The walk is free, but numbers are strictly limited. You'll need to register - please click on the link for more info.

Free

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