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Tue, Oct 11


Hopetoun Community Resource Centre

Fitzgerald Biosphere Excursion

Free Event for 16 years and over. Come on a bus ride into the Fitzgerald River National Park, hear from our incredible guest speakers then enjoy a picnic before returning back home.

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Fitzgerald Biosphere Excursion

Time & Location

Oct 11, 2022, 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Hopetoun Community Resource Centre, 46 Veal St, Hopetoun WA 6348, Australia

About the Event

Meet at 9:30am at the Hopetoun CRC carpark to carpool or tag along. Expected return approx 1:00pm.

All ticket holders will receive a picnic pack. Picnic pack includes roll/wrap, fruit & juice. You will be required to cater for your own special dietary requirements.

Our incredible guest speakers will guide you on a short walk and be ready to answer any questions you may have on our amazing Fitzgerald Biosphere.

Please take all precautions to ensure your footwear is clean and free of any mud to help prevent the spread of dieback.

Please wear enclosed footwear, hat, sunscreen, bug repellent and bring your own water and any essential medications.

National Park Entry Fees may apply and please ensure that your vehicle is clean and free of any mud to help prevent the spread of dieback.












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