On Sunday 8th October, 2017, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) invites you to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a FREE day of family-fun at the oldest national park in the state, Royal National Park.
Register now for this amazing day of live performances and entertainment, interactive and sensory displays of flora and fauna, food and drink, and plenty of educational workshops for kids - including wildlife and bugs, Aboriginal culture, history and heritage!
Held at Ironbark Flats in Audley, Royal National Park from 10am to 4pm, this marks the 50th anniversary of NPWS which was established in 1967. Come along with the whole family and celebrate the diverse national parks in NSW, learn more about the many activities you can experience in national parks, and get to know the people who protect and conserve our parks all year round.
Some of the event highlights include:
Enjoy a mix of live music from artists including:
Dance and roving performances
Keep an eye out for performances by:
NPWS workshops and tours
Love Parks Installation
There will be free bus and tram shuttles running to and from Sutherland, Engadine, Loftus Train Stations and Bundeena to Ironbark Flats, and vehicle entry to all National Parks will be free on the day.
There will also be a number of local anniversary events running across the state:
For more information on all the events and to register your interest in coming along to the Royal National Park celebration, please visit Eventbrite.