Enjoy a day outside and in the bush at the ‘Blair Athol Bush Adventure’, a kid-friendly event celebrating the local wildlife at John Kidd Reserve, on Saturday 23rd of June from 12-3.30pm.

“Bring your family and friends to this event and get up close and personal to some native animals at the live animal display. You can also have a romp around in the bush on a nature walk and learn more about the endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland and the animals that call this magical place home” says Stephanie Clark, Citizen Science Officer at the National Parks Association of NSW.

“There’s also going to be face painting, workshops, a free barbeque and a  native plant give away so you’ll get to take a memory of the day home with you” says Ms Clark.

“You’ll be able to see the great work the Bushcare volunteers are doing to rejuvenate the Bushland at John Kidd Reserve. You can join the team of volunteers by contacting Campbelltown Council’s Environmental team on 4645 4601 or email environment@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au.”

“If you’re a local we suggest walking or wheeling to the event to enjoy a full day in the outdoors “

This event is run by National Parks Association of NSW as part of their Bush Mates project in collaboration with the Campbelltown Council.

Details: The Blair Athol Bush Adventure, June 23, 12-3.30pm at John Kidd Reserve, the Kraal Drive, Blair Athol.

Get your free ticket at Bushmates.org.au/events