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Ourimbah Public School Rainforest Access Project
Where and when should you meet?
Please park in the Ourimbah RSL carpark or in the Ourimbah Public School teachers carpark accessed off the Dog Trap Road round-about or inside the school grounds as accessed by the Pacific Highway gates. Walk up to C oval following the signs to meet the group.
Corner Dog Trap Road and Pacific Highway
New South Wales, 2258
Date & Time
11 September 2016
10:00 am – 01:00 pm
Contact for the day
It will be a family friendly fun day with a range of activities: guided walks, animal talks (by Wildlife ARC), and hands-on plant identification and weeding activities.
We will be fundraising for future bush projects such as upgraded signs and pathways so bring along your gold coins to enjoy lolly bags, fun temporary tattoos and to buy a native plant for home or donate it back to us (small plants on sale for about $5).
What to bring
Come prepared with water, snacks, plus wear sturdy covered boots or shoes, long sleeved shirts and pants and sun protection (hats and sunscreen). The walking trail has some steep steps and can be covered in mud and moss. Sometimes we see leeches.
This site is:
- Family friendly
- Suitable for young people aged 12-18
- Suitable for children under 12