East point reserve is home to numerous fascinating ecosystems, and the biodiversity of these ecosystems is vital in maintaining a healthy environment - not only for the many species that live in them, but also for us too!
Join us on an educational walk to explore and appreciate this amazingly biodiverse area, so close to home. We will be wandering through remnant monsoon rainforest, regenerated woodlands and mangrove forests for this family-friendly morning walk. And we’ll have one or two knowledgeable people with us, willing to share their appreciation and insights about the area.
Be sure to bring your binoculars for a bit of birdwatching as we explore!
The walk should take around 3 hours so remember to bring a hat and plenty of water.
We have 6 free spaces for ECNT members and Territory Guardians who are quick enough to RSVP by Tuesday May 3rd. Just use the RSVP form on this website.
For everyone else, it’s $30 – which will entirely go into supporting ECNT’s advocacy and community work.
See you then!
ECNT Trips Leader and volunteer Kimberley Pitt