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The Nature Education Centre has been in operation since 1983 supporting the environmental education of many generations of children. Over this time the there has been many changes in staff, site and the services we provide. While we do have some committed members who have been with us since the beginning, we thought over the next few weeks we would share some of our rich history for our newer members and followers. ... See MoreSee Less

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We're a bit late to the party this National Volunteer Week and that's partly because we are missing our volunteers so much as we haven't been seeing them due to COVID-19. In the Nature Education Centre's history there's been a long list of volunteers who have kept the centre going and developing. To those who donate their time in assisting with the animal care, educational talks and maintaining our educational kits, we would like to say a big THANK YOU! The centre appreciates your support and acknowledges that your amazing work ethic is matched only by your unwillingness to be photographed ... See MoreSee Less

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Banksy our Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo loves a bit of banana. Cockatoos are zygodactyl which means they have 2 toes facing forward and 2 facing backward which give them the ability to hold things like he is here ... See MoreSee Less

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Today is Endangered Species Day, we are grateful to have the opportunity to provide interactive teaching to children about endangered species like the Brush Tailed Bettong also known as the Woylie. Hopefully through enough education and support these cute little guys will get off the critically endangered list. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today is Endangered Species day, we are grateful to have the opportunity to bring animal ambassadors like this Brush Tailed Bettong for interactive learning opportunities with children. Hopefully through support generated through education we will be able to get these cute little guys off the Critically Endangered list. ... See MoreSee Less

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For our next trick we will make this cube of meat disappear! While not native to Australia, Axolotls are fascinating as they are an an amphibian species that retain juvenile features through put their life span. ... See MoreSee Less

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