A workshop that explore the wildflowers, weeds and fauna of our region. Includes lunch, display of taxidermy native animals and a wildflower bush walk. Cost: Free Where: Dumbleyung CRC large meeting room Registrations are essential. Email [email protected] Bush Awareness workshop flyer
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The West Australian Wheatbelt is home to some of the most spectacular wildflowers and orchids in Australia. We are offering the chance to come on a guided wildflower walk where you will see a riot of colour and hear from passionate, experienced local flora experts. WHEN: Sunday 7 October...
WHERE: Fraser’s Function Centre, Kings Park TIME: 11.45am for 12.00noon start – 5.10pm Western Australia boasts the largest collection of wildflowers on Earth. With more than 12,000 species, over 60% are unique to the State. This workshop will explore opportunities in the development of product that take advantage of our...
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