A celebration of the amazing environment, biodiversity and threatened species that call the Gloucester region home will be taking place this September as part of the Gloucester Wild festival.
During the month of September representatives from local and state government agencies and local community organisations are working together to highlight these species and work with the community to help protect them into the future.
In NSW there are close to 1000 species at risk of extinction, 116 of which are located in the Gloucester region.
The festival has a variety of events including twilight tours, koala workshops, habitat planting for koalas and grey-crowned babblers, Frog ID workshop, bush walking and more. You can see the full list of events below.
We have over $1500 worth of prizes for attendees to win. You get an entry in the draw for each event you attend - so don't miss out!
Threatened Species Festival events