WilderQuest Discovery Program

Children taking part in a WilderQuest NSW Discovery Program. Photo: file

Children taking part in a WilderQuest NSW Discovery Program. Photo: file

Help look after our special places, plants and animals with a school holiday program.

Children aged six to 12-years-old can take part in this hands-on experience to learn what it takes to be a National Parks and Wildlife Service ranger.

They can try out some of the equipment used by rangers and learn some unique skills along the way.

Participants will need to wear sturdy, enclosed walking shoes, and bring weather protection, drinking water and snacks.

The hour-long sessions run every Saturday each half hour, starting from 10.00am until 12.30pm.

The cost is $10 per child, and accompanying adults are free.

The WilderQuest NSW Discovery Program takes place at Fitzroy Falls, leaving from the visitor centre.

For more information, call 4887 7270.

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