ClimateWatch Trail Guided Walk - Currimundi Lake

Aerial drone view of beach at Currimundi Lake, Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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Cliff Hargreaves Park

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Become a Citizen Scientist these school holidays on a guided ClimateWatch trail walk.

This event is being held in partnership with Currimundi Catchment Care Group.

Join us on Thursday 11 April 2024 at 8:30 AM for a fun and educational experience exploring the beautiful reserveas part of the ClimateWatch Trail Guided Walk at the Currimundi Lake!

Your guides will lead you through the reserve, pointing out various plant and animal species as we record data of the seasonal changes of these species.

This event is a fantastic opportunity to connect with nature, learn, and contribute to citizen science efforts. Whether you're a nature enthusiast or simply curious about climate change, this guided walk promises an engaging and educational experience.

Before arrival: Please download the free App and register for an account on your smartphone prior to arrival.

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If you would like assistance to download the app, please arrive 15 minutes early.

On the Day: We will be meeting at the park shelter at Cliff Hargreaves Park, Currimundi

Please wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, and insect repellent. Please bring your water bottle.

Walk numbers are limited and bookings essential.

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