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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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Parenting the Digital Child - Unplugging and Reengaging

by Katherine Healy

It sometimes feels like we’re fighting a losing battle for our children, to give them the childhood that we had. Where the only screen time we got in the day was maybe catching Round the Twist after school (if we biked home at breakneck speed), or watching Sale of the Century or A Country Practice in the evening, on the (only) TV, with the whole family. But nostalgia does us no good. We can lament the advent of 24 hour entertainment, rage against ever-present social media, but they’re not going anywhere. All we can do is acknowledge that our children are growing up in a world very different than our own, but also very much the same. Read more…

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by Ellery Spychalski

When we challenged Western Australian families to spend more time outdoors this summer (and share their pics with us!) we didn’t expect such a flood of amazing photographs. Read more…

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by Griffin Longley

A risk is something that makes your objectives uncertain. Why is that important? Because it forces us to ask ourselves what our objectives are when we think about risk. And that changes everything. The question is not what can go wrong? It is not could someone conceivably be injured? The question is, what are we trying to achieve? Read more…

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