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City of Hobart - Bush Adventures Program

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the Covid -19 situation that is unfolding worldwide the City of Hobart has cancelled all of it's community programs until further notice. Thanks for your understanding. If you have any questions please email us at bushadventures@hobartcity.com.au

Current Events

Past Events

  • Saturday 11 April 2020
    What’s that moving in the water? Was that a platypus hunting or a frog calling? Take a look into the sparkling water of New Town Rivulet – and see if our waterways are full of life. Find creatures, test your identification skills and measure the health of Hobart’s waterways. (Children must be accompanied by an adult)
    Ancanthe Park
  • Thursday 16 April 2020
    Could you find a feed in the bush? We’ll show you the how to find and identify some of the Tasmania’s most common bush foods and share tips on how to grow your very own bush food garden. (Children must be accompanied by an adult)
    Site 9, Waterworks Reserve
  • Friday 17 April 2020
    Join our experienced guides on a nocturnal journey into the nightlife of Hobart’s very special bushland reserves. See, hear and track wildlife hunting and foraging after sun set. Learn about their weird and wild behaviours and get some handy hints for safely and respectfully spotting creatures at night. (All ages)
    Site 9
  • Tuesday 21 April 2020
    The world is your canvas and nature is your inspiration. Come and join us for a morning of creativity and creations in a session designed for all abilities. Using materials found on site and the endless depths of our imaginations, kids will create their very own magical mandalas and giant creature sculptures.
    Site 9, Waterworks Reserve
  • Tuesday 21 April 2020
    What’s that moving in the water? Was that a platypus hunting, a frog calling or a mayfly hatching? Take a look into the sparkling water of Sandy Bay Rivulet – and see if our waterways are full of life. Find creatures, test your identification skills and measure the health of Hobart’s waterways in this introductory session to the wonderland of rivers, creeks and rivulets. (Children must be accompanied by an adult)
    Site 9
  • Thursday 23 April 2020
    Do you want to become a safe and skilled campfire cooking maestro? Join us for a special holiday session as we head off track to a hidden cave where we will learn the basics of campfire preparation, use and safety then cook up an tasty lunch over hot coals. (This event is for 10-14 year olds only - all supervision provided by City of Hobart Staff)
    Site 9
  • Friday 24 April 2020
    Join our experienced guides on a nocturnal journey into the nightlife of Hobart’s very special bushland reserves. See, hear and track wildlife hunting and foraging after sun set. Learn about their weird and wild behaviours and get some handy hints for safely and respectfully spotting creatures at night. (All ages)
    Carpark,

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