Loren Hillier

Activity Sheet: Colour Wonderful

There are so many colours in the natural world. In this activity, you’ll head outdoors with a trusted person as you explore the rainbow of colours and count the shades of nature together. This document is available to download here. Download your copy

A photograph of Paul Udinga. He is standing in the nature playground at John Forrest National Park, next to a wooden sculpture of a lizard. He is smiling at the camera and is wearing his navy blue ranger uniform. The ground is covered in brown dirt and woodchips, and the background features bush and trees, small limestone walls and a rust-red steel bridge.

From childhood visitor to Senior Ranger: Paul Udinga

Paul Udinga’s family loved exploring the outdoors when he was a kid and were frequent visitors to John Forrest National Park. Little did he know he’d eventually become a custodian of the park, in the form of a ranger!   Paul has been the Senior Ranger at John Forrest National Park for almost 10 years and …

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A photograph of Mike Robinson. He is an older man, perhaps in his 60s or 70s. He wears a cap, a long sleeve shirt and jeans. He stands on a trail at Mundy Regional Park that overlooks Lesmurdie Falls. The background is made up of a hill, mostly green with shrubs, but a few dark grey boulders.

Hidden gems, unique history and vital rehabilitation at Mundy Regional Park with Mike Robinson

Mike Robinson is the Chair of member-run group, Friends of Upper Lesmurdie Falls (FOULF). They’re on a mission to restore native flora, undertake structural rehabilitation, improve the amenities and acknowledge the history at Mundy Regional Park.  We were lucky enough to take a walk around the park with Mike. With a wealth of knowledge under …

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