World Environment Day: Bayside

Bayside Council is celebrating World Environment Day on Wednesday 5 June with numerous events for all age groups, ranging from internal educational talks for staff to community workshops, wetland tours and habitat restoration initiatives.

Council’s free World Environment Day community events offer plenty of opportunities for residents to find out more about local environment concerns and help contribute to protecting our natural areas and important wetland ecosystems.

Bee Magic: Workshop

Eastgardens Library

Wednesday 5 June 4pm – 5pm. For young people between 5-12 years of age

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Earth in Virtual Reality: Workshop

Rockdale Library

Wednesday 5 June 4-5pm. For young people between 5 – 12 years of age

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Guided Wetlands Tour

Multiple sites: Eve Street Wetland, Landing Lights Wetland, Patmore Swamp and Hawthorne Street Natural Area.

Wednesday 5 June. Depart from Rockdale Town Hall, 10am-1pm

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Habitat Restoration

Sir Joseph Banks Park

Wednesday 5 June from 9am – 1.30pm

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Native Planting Day

Sir Joseph Banks Park

Friday 14 June from 9.30am – 12.30pm

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Mayor Bill Saravinovski said:

“There are plenty of ways for Bayside residents to get involved in World Environment Day and contribute to some of our great environmental initiatives,” Mayor Bill Saravinovski said.

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