Jul
19
Fri
2019
Native Stingless Bees Walk
Jul 19 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Did you know there are over 1600 different types of bees in Australia!

In these workshops Dr Toby Smith will introduce us to the amazing world of Australian native bees. Some of our native bees live in large colonies of thousands, living under the rule of single queen, and making and storing honey. But the lonely bees make up the majority of bees in Australia: solitary female bees that live all by themselves, and raise their offspring as single mums.

Toby will show us dozens of brilliant close up photos and diagrams of bees to help explain this great diversity, bee lifecycles and their nests, and their important role in pollination and food security. Throughout these workshops Toby encourages questions, and all the way through the presentations are interactive with the group of children. All explanations are simple, easy to understand, and delivered in a fun story telling fashion. Toby will also bring with him preserved bee specimens, and live stingless bee hives with viewing windows. If we’re lucky we may even get a glimpse of a queen!

Suitable for ages 5 and above. Please only register for the children attending.
Presenter

Details

Date: January 18 

Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am 

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/naturallygc-kids-native-stingless-bees-tickets-50149922769 

Organizer City of Gold Coast NaturallyGC Program 

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/city-of-gold-coast-naturallygc-program-13649190170

Venue Helensvale 

Further details provided upon booking, Helensvale, QLD 

Native Stingless Bees Walk
Jul 19 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Did you know there are over 1600 different types of bees in Australia!

In these workshops Dr Toby Smith will introduce us to the amazing world of Australian native bees. Some of our native bees live in large colonies of thousands, living under the rule of single queen, and making and storing honey. But the lonely bees make up the majority of bees in Australia: solitary female bees that live all by themselves, and raise their offspring as single mums.

Toby will show us dozens of brilliant close up photos and diagrams of bees to help explain this great diversity, bee lifecycles and their nests, and their important role in pollination and food security. Throughout these workshops Toby encourages questions, and all the way through the presentations are interactive with the group of children. All explanations are simple, easy to understand, and delivered in a fun story telling fashion. Toby will also bring with him preserved bee specimens, and live stingless bee hives with viewing windows. If we’re lucky we may even get a glimpse of a queen!

Suitable for ages 5 and above. Please only register for the children attending.
Presenter

Details

Date: January 18 

Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am 

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/naturallygc-kids-native-stingless-bees-tickets-50149922769 

Organizer City of Gold Coast NaturallyGC Program 

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/city-of-gold-coast-naturallygc-program-13649190170

Venue Helensvale 

Further details provided upon booking, Helensvale, QLD 

EcoDiscoverers Kids Club
Jul 19 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Bookings Essential athttps://gecko.org.au/educationcentre/kidsclub/

More Information:  https://gecko.org.au/educationcentre/kidsclub/

During School Terms

Every Friday afternoon after school from 3.30 till 5.30, we hold an
EcoExplorer’s Kid’s Club. There is a focus on particular animals and each week it
will be different. We will have games, story, excursions and competitions. We are keen
to connect the children with nature, and to learn about our native plants and animals
and how to look after them. Children will have a say in what they would like to do and
achieve. 2019 Club recommences on the 8th February. Bookings are essential.

For children aged 5-9 years
Friday afternoons from
3.30pm to 5.30pm
Costs $5 per child

Contact
Contact us for further details:
Gecko House, 139 Duringan Street, Currumbin, QLD 4223
Email: EcoDiscoverers@gecko.org.au
Phone: 5534 1412 office open 10am-2pm
Mobile: 0498 588 855 or 0400 703 898

Wild Mountains Teachers Info Night – Plastic Free July + Earth Keepers @ Griffith University EcoCentre
Jul 19 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Event bright link – https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/wild-mountains-teachers-info-night-plastic-free-july-earth-keepers-tickets-62557311603

 

Description

Come long to an information evening to find out all about Wild Mountains and our environmental education programs for school age children in particular the evening will focus on Plastic Free July and Earthkeepers.

Wild Mountains is an independent, community focussed organisation providing leadership in environmental education and conservation for over 20 years. We run a variety of programs out of our environmental education centre situated on a 76 hectare nature reserve, adjacent to the Border Ranges National Park. We have vision of a world where people lead fulfilling lives while sharing the earth’s resources with all of the life forms on this planet and without degrading our life support systems. We believe the best way to achieve that is through education.

For Plastic Free July we are visiting schools and/or provide resources for kids to learn all about the impacts of single use plastic. We have developed a ‘passport’ of steps and challanges for both children and adults to use to guide the actions they take. Last year we sucessfully worked with 5 schools and this year we would love to get this into more schools.

The Earthkeepers program is an internationally recognised 3 day program we host for 10-12 year olds. This program is focused on developing the students’ understanding and respect for of key concepts and processes of the natural world while equiping them with tools to act on these learning through lifestyle changes. Every component can be realted to our national ciriculumn. Earthkeepers is centered on learning through experience and discovery.

From this evening you have the opportunity to walk away with a Plastic Free July kit for your classroom, oppourtunity to meet like minded supportive teachers, collect Nature Play resources and develope a greater understanding of how to deleiver aspects of Earth Eduction that really engages students curiosity.

Looking forward to meeting you and discussing how we can get these programs into your school.

Light supper, tea and coffee to be served with support from Loop Growers.

Register for the event here. <https://wildmountains.us13.list-manage.com/track/click?u=464a40b7bf3b2685e8f680e9b&id=4695b6751f&e=a720d77cb4>

 

 

www.wildmountains.org <https://wildmountains.us13.list-manage.com/track/click?u=464a40b7bf3b2685e8f680e9b&id=dbb780c599&e=a720d77cb4> | info@wildmountains.org <https://wildmountains.us13.list-manage.com/track/click?u=464a40b7bf3b2685e8f680e9b&id=465aaf19a6&e=a720d77cb4> | +61 7 5544 1377 | PO Rathdowney, Q 4287, Australia

We at Wild Mountains recognise the traditional custodians, acknowledging that they are part of the oldest living culture on earth, living on, shaping and managing this land for tens of thousands of years. The Midginberri tribe of the Yugambeh language group are the traditional custodians, who continue to have an enduring connection to this land.

As present carers we acknowledge their culture and story and endeavour to the best of our abilities to nurture this land for future generations.

The Wild Mountains Trust is an non-profit organisation providing leadership in environmental education and conservation from a residential facility in the Border Ranges of South East Queensland.. The aim of Wild Mountains’ education programs is to give participants the knowledge and inspiration to facilitate personal and behavioural change, leading to healthy social and environmentally responsible citizenship. This e-mail is sent by Wild Mountains Ltd ABN 75 767 213 133 as trustee for Wild Mountains Trust.

All Images use in our emails and website are taken at Wild mountains.

Jul
20
Sat
2019
Beaches to Bushland – Currumbin Creek Care Group
Jul 20 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am

The Currumbin Creek Care Group was established in 2008 and assists with restoring native vegetation along 1.5kms of public parkland on the lower reaches of Currumbin Creek.

When: The third Saturday of the month from February to November
Where: Various locations within Currumbin Creek Reach Park, Currumbin Creek Road, Currumbin Valley.

To find out where contact:
Phone: 0755811537 Email: namu@goldcoast.qld.gov.au Website: http://www.gcparks.com.au/parks.aspx?page=27

Beaches to Bushland: Carrara
Jul 20 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am

Beaches to Bushland Volunteer Landcare Program

The Beaches to Bushland Program provides a platform for the local community to foster a connection with their environment, and encourages active community involvement and ownership of our natural assets.

Join in activities including planting native trees, controlling weeds, litter pick-up, seed collection and native plant propagation. Each year volunteers within the program plant more than 50,000 native trees and cover many hectares for weed control at various sites across the Gold Coast. The program also provides the opportunity for schools, corporate groups and community organisations to be actively involved in improving our natural environment by scheduling a tree planting session.

Conditions apply.

Groups meet between February and November each year from 8am to 10am.

Please see below for details and contact us for exact meeting locations.

City of Gold Coast P 07 55 811 537
E namu@goldcoast.qld.gov.au
W cityofgoldcoast.com.au/bushcare
Free

Herbarium Group: Friends of the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens
Jul 20 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Friends of the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens
Join this lively volunteer group with a passion for the Botanic Gardens. Members help with gardening, guided walks, plant propagation, herbarium, education, events, craft and fundraising.

No green fingers needed – group leaders can provide training and guidance. Meet at the Friends Centre for all activities.

Contact:  P 0449 561 674
E info@friendsgcrbg.org.au
W friendsgcrbg.org.au
F facebook.com/friendsgcrbg

LoveEarth Brisbane: 1 Million Women @ Brisbane City Hall, Ithaca Auditorium
Jul 20 @ 8:45 am – 1:00 pm

It’s 1 Million Women’s 10th birthday and they’re bringing the celebration to Brisbane!

You are invited to join the party at 1 Million Women LoveEarth Brisbane.
Be inspired by climate leaders, sustainable fashion gurus and zero wasters.
Watch DIY demos on cooking without waste and dance in your seats to our musical performances.

TICKETS ARE LIMITED SO GET IN QUICK!
Tickets can be booked via the facebook event page by clicking  https://www.facebook.com/events/2316089275298622/

 

EVENT DETAILS:
Saturday 20 July 2019 at Ithaca Auditorium, Brisbane City Hall
8.45am – Registrations begin.
9.30am – 11.00am – Speakers, performances, DIY demos, panel discussions
(Please don’t be late. Everyone must be seated by 9.30 am sharp.)
Our mingling space will be open after the event and run for 1 hour. Browse our stalls, chat to your fellow planet lovers and grab a copy of Nat’s book!

EVENT LINE UP:
Natalie Isaacs – 1 Million Women Founder
Professor Terry Hughes – Professor of Marine Biology
Bernie Hobbs – Science writer and presenter
Laura Wells – Australian Model and Ocean conservationist.
Kelley Sheenan – Founder of Peppermint Magazine
Khory Hancock aka The Environmental Cowboy – Farmer, Environmental Scientist and Climate Educator
Dominique Rizzo – Leading Queensland Chef, Author and Presenter
Adele and the Chandeliers – Former band member of “The Go Betweens” and her band
Video messages from World leaders

MARKET STALLS:
Australian Ethical Super
Keep Cup
“Every Woman’s Guide To Saving The Planet” by Natalie Isaacs

Supported by the Griffith University EcoCentre

Responsible Runners Burleigh Heads
Jul 20 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Runners and walkers, come meet cool proactive people and join our fun weekly 30-minute cleanups to keep our beaches and waterways clean, build stronger communities, and raise awareness about the health and environmental risks of single-use waste, particularly plastic. . Plastic is found in the stomachs of 80% of bird species & 70% of loggerhead turtles. Come save a turtle and the birds. Burleigh Heads responsible runners every Saturday 4:00pm. Run, walk, cruise go with your flow as you enjoy the beach.

Jul
21
Sun
2019
Plants and Wildlife of the Gardens
Jul 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens guided walks

Join a free guided walk to learn more about the plants and wildlife of the Gold Coast and our

beautiful Botanic Gardens. All walks commence from the Friends Centre located within the Gold

Coast Regional Botanic Gardens 230 Ashmore Road, Benowa. Further speciality walks are hosted

by the Friends throughout the year. Please visit our Facebook page for more information.

Presenter

Friends of Gold Coast

Regional Botanic

Gardens

P 0449 561 674 W friendsgcrbg.org.au

E info@friendsgcrbg.org.au

F facebook.com/friendsgcrbg

Cost: Free

Jul
22
Mon
2019
Beach Art Room
Jul 22 @ 3:45 pm – 4:45 pm

Beach Art Room

 

3:45 pm – 4:45 pm

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An event every month that begins at 3:45pm on day Fourth of the month, repeating indefinitely

 

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Turn trash into treasure by creating art from marine litter collected from Gold Coast beaches through BeachCare. Have some creative fun with zero environmental impact! This program is presented in partnership with the CoastEd team from Griffith University’s Centre for Coastal Management.

No experience required, suitable for all ages and abilities. All materials provided.

4th Monday of each month
3.45pm – 4.45pm
11th Avenue Creative Palm Beach Library

Book online at
cityofgoldcoast.com.au/libraryevents
or phone 5581 7250

Jul
23
Tue
2019
Responsible Runners – Mermaid Beach @ Mermaid Beach (Opposite Mermaid Beach SLSC)
Jul 23 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Local ambassadors Lauren Hodge, Ella Horton, Ryan Adams and Naomi Edwards are joining forces to lead more groups to raise awareness about beach litter and marine debris issues along one of Australia’s most priced stretches of sand and to get their hands dirty cleaning up the beach as they stride it out.

“You don’t have to run. You can crawl, hop, skip or jump while picking up beach litter and marine debris”, said Ryan Adams, a local ambassador for the national Responsible Runners initiative.

“We provide all equipment at the clean ups, which is also a great way to meet people and talk about how we can all keep our beaches clean”.

Responsible Runners Gold Coast
Mermaid Beach (opp. Mermaid Beach SLSC): every Tuesday 5.30pm – 6.00pm
The Spit (near the VMR tower): every Wednesday 5.30pm – 6.00pm
Burleigh Beach (central viewing platform): every Thursday 5.30pm – 6:00pm

More information
responsiblerunners.org
ryan@keepitsurreal.net
0401 258 183

Jul
24
Wed
2019
Gardening Group: Friends of the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens
Jul 24 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 am

Friends of the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens
Join this lively volunteer group with a passion for the Botanic Gardens. Members help with gardening, guided walks, plant propagation, herbarium, education, events, craft and fundraising.

No green fingers needed – group leaders can provide training and guidance. Meet at the Friends Centre for all activities.

Contact:  P 0449 561 674
E info@friendsgcrbg.org.au
W friendsgcrbg.org.au
F facebook.com/friendsgcrbg

Responsible Runners The Spit @ The Spit VMR Tower
Jul 24 @ 7:00 am – 7:30 am

Runners and walkers, come meet cool proactive people and join our fun weekly 30-minute cleanups to keep our beaches and waterways clean, build stronger communities, and raise awareness about the health and environmental risks of single-use waste, particularly plastic.
Beach Runners and Walkers Needed for 30mins Beach Clean ups. Plastic is found in the stomachs of 80% of bird species & 70% of loggerhead turtles. Come save a turtle and the birds. The Spit responsible runners every Wednesday 7:00am. Run, walk, cruise go with your flow as you enjoy the beach.

Plants and Wildlife of the Gardens
Jul 24 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens guided walks

Join a free guided walk to learn more about the plants and wildlife of the Gold Coast and our

beautiful Botanic Gardens. All walks commence from the Friends Centre located within the Gold

Coast Regional Botanic Gardens 230 Ashmore Road, Benowa. Further speciality walks are hosted

by the Friends throughout the year. Please visit our Facebook page for more information.

Presenter

Friends of Gold Coast

Regional Botanic

Gardens

P 0449 561 674 W friendsgcrbg.org.au

E info@friendsgcrbg.org.au

F facebook.com/friendsgcrbg

Cost: Free

Gecko Talks-The Spit Master Plan-24th July 2019
Jul 24 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm


Following 18 months of consultation with the community and key stakeholders, The Spit master plan was released by the Queensland Government on 25 May 2019.
The Spit master plan provides for a low-rise future for The Spit and strikes a balance between the protection of environmental and community values and the realisation of appropriate development opportunities.
Come along to hear about the master planning process and the future of The Spit, as envisioned by the master plan, from two of Queensland’s leading planning and urban design professionals involved in the project.

When: Wednesday, July 24th 2019
Time: 6:45PM for 7:00PM Start
Where: ‘The Cove Room’, Currumbin RSL, 165 Duringan Street, Currumbin
Cost: FREE! (Don’t forget, you can buy a meal there before the talk.)

Jul
25
Thu
2019
Birdlife Southern Queensland: Gold Coast Branch @ Please contact Beth for details
Jul 25 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am

EVERY THURSDAY
Gold Coast Branch
Outing – Every Thursday, unless they fall on a public holiday.
Contact Beth Hall
Summer we begin at 7.00am and in Winter at 7.30am. The changeover occurs in line with daylight saving changeover.

bethnjohn01@hotmail.com

Jul
26
Fri
2019
Campaign Committee Meeting
Jul 26 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
EcoDiscoverers Kids Club
Jul 26 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Bookings Essential athttps://gecko.org.au/educationcentre/kidsclub/

More Information:  https://gecko.org.au/educationcentre/kidsclub/

During School Terms

Every Friday afternoon after school from 3.30 till 5.30, we hold an
EcoExplorer’s Kid’s Club. There is a focus on particular animals and each week it
will be different. We will have games, story, excursions and competitions. We are keen
to connect the children with nature, and to learn about our native plants and animals
and how to look after them. Children will have a say in what they would like to do and
achieve. 2019 Club recommences on the 8th February. Bookings are essential.

For children aged 5-9 years
Friday afternoons from
3.30pm to 5.30pm
Costs $5 per child

Contact
Contact us for further details:
Gecko House, 139 Duringan Street, Currumbin, QLD 4223
Email: EcoDiscoverers@gecko.org.au
Phone: 5534 1412 office open 10am-2pm
Mobile: 0498 588 855 or 0400 703 898

Jul
27
Sat
2019
Herbarium Group: Friends of the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens
Jul 27 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Friends of the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens
Join this lively volunteer group with a passion for the Botanic Gardens. Members help with gardening, guided walks, plant propagation, herbarium, education, events, craft and fundraising.

No green fingers needed – group leaders can provide training and guidance. Meet at the Friends Centre for all activities.

Contact:  P 0449 561 674
E info@friendsgcrbg.org.au
W friendsgcrbg.org.au
F facebook.com/friendsgcrbg

National Park Association Queensland Vegetation Management Group
Jul 27 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am

Vegetation Management
Group
Saturday 24 September 2016
Location: Meet at Jolly’s Lookout carpark, D’Aguilar National Park
Grading: various
Leader: Angus McElnea (0429 854 446, or
gus_mcelnea@hotmail.com)
Spend a couple of hours to help with lantana control and revegetation work in the Jollys Lookout section of D’Aguilar National Park, west of Brisbane.

Numinbah Valley Restoration Project
Jul 27 @ 8:30 am – 10:30 am

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Numinbah Valley Environmental Education Centre Parents & Citizens Association Incorporated (NVEEC P&C) was established in 2012 with the objective offacilitating the development and further improvement of the School, and fostering community interest in environmental education within the local and broader community of the Gold Coast.

In 2014 NVEEC P&C commenced a community environmental restoration project on a portion of public land in the Numinbah Valley (next to the School of Arts building). The aim of this project is to rehabilitate a weed infested drainage line to an area with improved natural values. The site chosen has a high profile within the local community and is an ideal place to promote the value of riparian vegetation and demonstrate techniques used in rehabilitation work. Tasks vary on site from session to session and often include elements of planting, maintenance weeding and mulching.

Site
Meeting Point is Numinbah Valley School of Arts carpark. Project site is adjacent to the carpark- a drainage line flowing into the Nerang River.

Time
8:30-10:30am. We often have a cuppa tea after!

Bring
Enclosed shoes, gloves, water bottle, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent.

Positive Change for Marine Life
Jul 27 @ 8:30 am – 10:30 am

Run in conjunction with Honour the Ocean Campaign, this group hosts a marine debris beach survey (cleaning up debris) and disposing of it responsibly

BeachCare Paradise Point (Beach end of Muscovey Ave)
Jul 27 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

BeachCare Paradise Point

9:00 am11:00 am

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We applaud the many volunteers who provide time and energy to care for our treasured beach assets.
New volunteers are welcome. Activities include planting, removing weeds and collecting litter. Please be
sure to wear enclosed shoes, sun-smart clothing and bring some drinking water.

All sessions are run on a Saturday from 9 – 11 am.

BeachCare is the Gold Coast’s dune care program coordinated by the Griffith Centre for Coastal
Management and funded by the City of Gold Coast.

For more information
Phone: 07 5552 8829 or 0414 762 374 Email: beachcare@griffith.edu.au
Web: griffith.edu.au/beachcare
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coastalcommunityengagement

Responsible Runners Burleigh Heads
Jul 27 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Runners and walkers, come meet cool proactive people and join our fun weekly 30-minute cleanups to keep our beaches and waterways clean, build stronger communities, and raise awareness about the health and environmental risks of single-use waste, particularly plastic. . Plastic is found in the stomachs of 80% of bird species & 70% of loggerhead turtles. Come save a turtle and the birds. Burleigh Heads responsible runners every Saturday 4:00pm. Run, walk, cruise go with your flow as you enjoy the beach.

Jul
28
Sun
2019
Federation Walk Tree Planting Day @ Federation Walk, The Spit
Jul 28 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Please join us to help celebrate National Tree Day Planting activity….

Join us as we continue to replant the section burnt late last year. Now is the best time to get in and work hard to restore the ecological value of the area before some nasty weeds move in. But we need your help!You can register for this event on our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/FriendsOfFederationWalk/For your protection please wear sun protective clothing and closed toe footwear and a smile. Bring some water too.

Meet at the beach side car park opposite the Sea World roundabout. Thanks for your support and see you there!

Contact Lyn Wright 0400 740 972 Laura Richards City of Gold Coast T: 5667 3615 M: 0439 226 062

Jul
30
Tue
2019
Responsible Runners – Mermaid Beach @ Mermaid Beach (Opposite Mermaid Beach SLSC)
Jul 30 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Local ambassadors Lauren Hodge, Ella Horton, Ryan Adams and Naomi Edwards are joining forces to lead more groups to raise awareness about beach litter and marine debris issues along one of Australia’s most priced stretches of sand and to get their hands dirty cleaning up the beach as they stride it out.

“You don’t have to run. You can crawl, hop, skip or jump while picking up beach litter and marine debris”, said Ryan Adams, a local ambassador for the national Responsible Runners initiative.

“We provide all equipment at the clean ups, which is also a great way to meet people and talk about how we can all keep our beaches clean”.

Responsible Runners Gold Coast
Mermaid Beach (opp. Mermaid Beach SLSC): every Tuesday 5.30pm – 6.00pm
The Spit (near the VMR tower): every Wednesday 5.30pm – 6.00pm
Burleigh Beach (central viewing platform): every Thursday 5.30pm – 6:00pm

More information
responsiblerunners.org
ryan@keepitsurreal.net
0401 258 183

Jul
31
Wed
2019
Gardening Group: Friends of the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens
Jul 31 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 am

Friends of the Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens
Join this lively volunteer group with a passion for the Botanic Gardens. Members help with gardening, guided walks, plant propagation, herbarium, education, events, craft and fundraising.

No green fingers needed – group leaders can provide training and guidance. Meet at the Friends Centre for all activities.

Contact:  P 0449 561 674
E info@friendsgcrbg.org.au
W friendsgcrbg.org.au
F facebook.com/friendsgcrbg

Responsible Runners The Spit @ The Spit VMR Tower
Jul 31 @ 7:00 am – 7:30 am

Runners and walkers, come meet cool proactive people and join our fun weekly 30-minute cleanups to keep our beaches and waterways clean, build stronger communities, and raise awareness about the health and environmental risks of single-use waste, particularly plastic.
Beach Runners and Walkers Needed for 30mins Beach Clean ups. Plastic is found in the stomachs of 80% of bird species & 70% of loggerhead turtles. Come save a turtle and the birds. The Spit responsible runners every Wednesday 7:00am. Run, walk, cruise go with your flow as you enjoy the beach.

Aug
1
Thu
2019
Birdlife Southern Queensland: Gold Coast Branch @ Please contact Beth for details
Aug 1 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am

EVERY THURSDAY
Gold Coast Branch
Outing – Every Thursday, unless they fall on a public holiday.
Contact Beth Hall
Summer we begin at 7.00am and in Winter at 7.30am. The changeover occurs in line with daylight saving changeover.

bethnjohn01@hotmail.com

Boomerang Bags – Regular sewing bees
Aug 1 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Contact: www.boomerangbags.org or phone Tania Potts 0410 55 2025

Boomerang Bags is a not-for-profit organisation providing an innovative alternative to plastic bags in a way that connects and engages with local communities, fosters sustainable behaviours, raises awareness and reduces waste while creating a sense of purpose and community ownership. Make bags from recycled material. If you can sew, make tea, use scissors, or would like a chat while giving them a hand, they would love to see you.