Wingham Brush Nature Reserve is an extraordinary pocket of preserved rainforest on the banks of the Manning River. This special event showcases the iconic flora & fauna of the reserve through the arts, featuring creatures in the air, on stilts & roving characters.
This event is a partnership between Circartus, NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service, Wingham Brush Public School & the Manning Valley Neighbourhood Services Inc.
Funding assistance is provided by Regional Arts NSW.
You can start your evening at the Official Proceedings 4.15pm at the Wingham Brush Education Centre at Wingham Brush Primary School (Isabella Street, Wingham). This journey takes you into the school display to experience night spotting in the rainforest, a chat to a passionate discovery ranger, a walk through the boardwalk of Wingham Brush and through to Mick Tuck Reserve where you will encounter creatures in the air, on the ground and on stilts!
WHEN: 20 and 21 October 2018, 4.45pm to 6.45pm each day
WHERE: Wingham Brush Nature Reserve, Isabella St, Wingham
DETAILS: Call 6553 5121