Xmas holidays are so long, but children who explore the environment become intrigued and their minds expand. Book them in now to attend these exciting Eco Explorer activities for 5-9 year old. Limited numbers are accepted for each program, so book in now so they don’t miss out. Parents can accompany the groups if they wish.
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Currumbin Special School teacher, Toby Osborne, has started an inspiring programme which provides learning
opportunities to hone the employment skills and social skills development for the students. The programme
commenced in June 2018 after some months of setup and has met with resounding success with the students.
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EcoDiscoverers always hold an exciting program of adventures for children 5-9 years old; just $5 per child. Parents can accompany them if they wish. This time the groups look and identify various water birds, see what lives in the mangroves, run around and explore the delightful sand dunes and even go on a mystery tour. Book soon as numbers are limited. Professional teachers accompany each group.
I came back from watching the whales at Hervey Bay, to find the mulch from my garden all over my pot plants and on the bricks underneath. Mr. Turk (Alectura lathamii) was at it again.
Last year he did the same thing at the other end of the garden and I managed to foil him by putting up a cheap half metre high fence. He could fly in, but he could not get the mulch out. Problem solved.
On the neighbour’s roof
This year he decided to try the other end of the garden, and as there is no fence between my garden and my next door neighbour, he took his mulch as well. As a temporary measure I had to put my garbage bins on their sides along the garden edge along with an old cupboard thing that was here when I bought the house. That looked pretty ugly.