International World Water Day is held annually on the 22nd of March and provides an opportunity for us to celebrate the role that freshwater plays in our lives.
The day advocates the sustainable use of our water resources and this year focuses on the amount of water used in food production.
The Zoo will celebrate International World Water Day with a variety of workshops and activities. We will focus on the recreational use of our local wetland environments and the importance of wetland ecosystems to biodiversity.
Programs will run between 9:30am-2:00pm. Timetables will be sent out once we confirm details of your workshop choices. The students will need to bring hats, sunscreen, water and lunch (morning tea is provided). There will be three workshops available on the day and you can include your class in one, or all three.
This program is suitable for students in Stages 2-5.
- Fish for Life
- Why Wetlands are important
- Discovery of Mini Beasts & Water Quality Testing
If you are interested in this program, please contact us on 02 6881 1433 or email@example.com regarding a date.
Cost will be $20.00 per student. A minimum of 20 students is required for booking this program. Schools will need to prepay or pay on arrival.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo Education
Phone: 02 6881 1433