Immerse yourself in wildlife encounters, underwater experiences and Indigenous culture these summer holidays through the City’s NaturallyGC program.
Mayor Tom Tate said the NaturallyGC program has over 42 free or low-cost activities and workshops running from December to February.
“We want you to have the summer of fun and what better way to do this than by getting up close and personal with creepy crawlies, wildlife and nature,” Mayor Tate said.
“One of these wonderful workshops includes our Indigenous Art and Culture classes where you can experience Indigenous culture through ochre painting, fire making and boomerang throwing.
“These are unique experiences suitable for ages five and above with activities on offer for the whole family to enjoy.
“Our NaturallyGC program and all the educators involved create lasting memories where you can connect with nature on a deeper level.”
Other popular activities and events on offer this summer include the Creatures of Creek, Birds of the Broadwater and Life of Frogs Spotlight.
Last summer program there were over 1500 children and adults involved in the program activities.