Thursday February 2 marks World Wetlands Day.
To celebrate, Jerrabomberra Wetlands will be hosting an outdoor cinema with a series of short films exploring connections to Country through Fire and Water on Saturday February
Following Sullivans - Director Sammy Hawker(7min),
Sully’s Creek - Director See Change (5 min)
Veins of the Country – Director Sarah Laborde (5 min)
Swimming Yesterday – Director Damian Kane (12:37 min)
The Yak herder’s son – Director Tenzin Phuntsho (18min)
Urbanality – Director Evan McInnes (3:27min)
Firekeepers of Kakadu – Director Karla Grant (15:13min)
Fire – Director Matthew Newton, Rummin media (15:00min)
Cool Burn with Wally Bell, UMCN (10 min)
Please join us from 5pm for guided walks, pizza, BBQ and drinks, or bring your own snacks/dinner and enjoy a sunset picnic before the movies start at 8pm.
Tickets are $20 per adult, or $40 for a family. A portion of funds raised through ticket sales will go towards capacity building for rangers overseas and to the Latham Snipe project.
Saturday 4 February.
Time: Gates open at 5pm, the first film will start at 8pm.
Jerrabomberra Wetlands Nature Reserve, 2 Dairy Road, Fyshwick
What to bring:
Picnic rug, camping chair, mosquito repellent and snacks
Follow this link for more information, and to reserve your ticket:
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We are also holding a clean up Wetlands Day on Sunday 5 Feb from 9am to 12. Register
here if you would like to help out. Registration: