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Thursday 8 Oct 2020

Big Kids Campout-Ages 7-11

Mundaring, 6073

8 Oct 2020 3:00 PM - 9 Oct 2020 10:00 AM

Kids night out on this fun campout where the campers participate in an exclusive trap and release mammal monitoring session! For ages 7-11 this is a drop-off activity. Bookings essential for participating children only.

Friday 9 Oct 2020

Wander through Wildflowerland- Ages 3-7

Mundaring, 6073

9 Oct 2020 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Every year beautiful wildflowers bloom and add colour to the forest, wander past these flowers as you discover how important they are to many animal species. Ages 3-7. Bookings essential for participating children only.

Saturday 10 Oct 2020

Birds of the Night-Ages 6+

Mundaring, 6073

10 Oct 2020 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Identify the calls and features of nocturnal birds as we head out to search for the silent hunters and the expert camouflages. For ages 6+. Bookings essential for all participants with one adult attending.
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Scarborough: whale of a time ahead for kids at new $1.4m playground

by Katherine Healy

Children will be eagerly awaiting the opening of a $1.4 million playground at Scarborough after construction finished on the project. Read more…

Nature Play. It's Not Rocket Science, It's More Important Than That.

by Griffin Longley

Nature play spaces are everywhere. Schools have them, local governments are putting them in - there is even one at the new stadium. Every day there are more news stories and research on why kids do better when they get time to muck around outside. They even took time at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos in January to put out a statement on how real play is going to save world. Here’s the thing though. Nature play is actually an anti-fad. It is just time and space for free play outdoors. The more nature there is in outdoors you have available the better, but at its heart nature play is just mucking around outside. Read more…

Mini Nature Players - A Morning of Fun!

by Nicole McNamara

Last week, we kicked off the first Nature Play WA event for 2018, with Mini Nature Players – a morning of nature play just for the littlies. While our events are usually aimed at children from toddlers to 12 years (and their families) and held on a weekend, this one was designed as an introduction to nature play for children aged 6 months to four years, during a school day, to give them a chance to explore some special time in nature without the "help" of bigger siblings! Read more…

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COVID-19 Self Isolation Resources for Families

Discover awesome new resources supporting families spending time together during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nature Play WA App

The Nature Play WA app makes accessing ideas to help get kids outdoors easy!  The free app promotes the resources, programs, trails and events we have created to make taking part in nature play easy.

Nature Passport Outdoor App

Our tool to help families and schools replace kids’ sedentary screen-time with playing, exploring and learning outdoors. 

Free Benji - The Rewilding

Nature Play WA works to "rewild" one of our state's most endangered species!

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