- Departs from:
- Darwin Waterfront Precinct
- Departure time:
- 9 am
9am to 1pm at Darwin Waterfront Precinct
Learn about some of the Territory’s animals who are on the brink of extinction due to a range of threats. There will be interactive displays and cameo appearances from native species.
Territory Wildlife Park is coordinating interactive displays which will include cameo appearances from our native species.
Conservation Volunteers will also have a display at the event to raise awareness about our Shorebird projects including the Eastern Curlew and other volunteering opportunities.
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