Wattle Up, WA
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12 James St Fremantle 6160 WA
ph:08 9335 2777
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Come and join us for an exciting week of marsupial night stalks!! Harry Waring Marsupial Reserve is located just 20 minutes south of Fremantle. It is a feral-proof fenced reserve without any feral foxes or cats. This reserve harbours endangered marsupials and animals such as woylies (a rare marsupial), sugar possums (a tiny nocturnal marsupial), echidnas and kangaroos. The reserve consists of 200 hectares of pristine Banksia woodlands, which is also an important habitat for the endangered Carnaby’s Black Cockatoos and other Australian native birds. Nearby RAMSAR-listed wetlands add to the values of this environmental oasis.
Conservation Volunteers is hoping to establish the dorms at Harry Waring reserve as a regular accommodation facility in the future. Activities for the week will include maintenance of the feral proof fence, some renovations to the accommodation and grounds as well as some fantastic marsupial talks/stalks and other wild life activities in the evening
THIS PROJECT IS AVAILABLE AS A RESIDENTIAL TO STAY FOR THE WEEK AT A COST, OR JOIN DAILY FOR FREE.
Ask at the office for adult and concession prices, or about joining for a day.
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