Join the fun over the school holidays - even from home! Our Kids Go Wild program is filled with a range of fun activities that encourage kids to get involved in our local environment and learn about ways to become more sustainable. All activities are FREE but bookings are essential.
You can find out more information about our upcoming sessions and make bookings via the EnviroEd Eventbrite page or council's Facebook Events page.
Various dates, 5.30 pm-7.30 pm I GUIDED BUSHWALK
Nature at Night – Presented by Ipswich City Council
Location: White Rock – Spring Mountain Conservation Estate (Paperbark Flats Picnic Area)
Join us on a walk as the sun sets, and experience nature as it transitions from day to night. Discover the different sights and sounds of the bush after dark; who knows what cool new wildlife we might encounter?
Suited for children aged 4 – 10 and their parents/guardians.
Wednesday 23 September, 1.00 pm-2.00 pm I LIVE SESSION
Sustainable Scraps – Presented by Street Science
Do you normally throw away your fruit and vegetable scraps? Why not learn how to make the most of your scraps by growing new plants.
Join us for this live session and discover some fantastic propagation techniques which will have you growing your own plants in no time at all!
Register here to receive the link and materials for the live session.
Suited for children aged 5 and older.
Friday 25 September, 2.00 pm-3.15 pm I ECO ACTIVITY
Eco Drama – Presented by Bazil Grumble
Location: Queens Park Environmental Education Centre
Celebrate our beautiful Australian environment by playing drama games with a sustainability twist. Come and join us for fun and interactive activities to exercise the imagination while developing skills in acting and improvisation. Jump like a kangaroo, fly like a cockatoo…so much fun you'll laugh like a kookaburra!