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Bush Explorers - 'Spring into Nature' Bush-tucker walk - Frere’s Crossing

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Freres Crossing Reserve

48 Freres Road

Kentlyn, NSW 2560

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Join us for a morning 'Wild Wednesday' bushwalk for a fascinating insight into the bush-tucker of Frere’s Crossing Reserve, Kentlyn

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Campbelltown Council in partnership with Kentlyn Bushcare Reserve Group will be hosting a Bushtucker walk at Frere’s Crossing Reserve, Kentlyn.

Join us for a morning wander via the forests & creeks of lovely Frere’s Crossing Reserve looking for the Bush-tucker plants traditionally utilised by the Dharawal people of the region. We will learn how to identify the plants and find out about their uses and significance.

Walking grade: Grade 3: Moderate-Hard (steep sections)

Participants are advised to please wear long pants, sturdy shoes and warm clothing and bring a bottle of water, and if you have them, camera and binoculars to help you get the best out of your wildlife spotting

Note: If you book tickets and cannot make it, please contact us so we can make your spot available for other participants.

- If the event is fully booked out please contact us and we can place you on our waiting list.

For any questions please contact Council's Natural Areas Team on 4645 4194.

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Kentlyn, NSW 2560

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