This September, come down to the beach and join The Friends of the Tennyson Dunes and The City of Charles Sturt at one of western Adelaide's coastal beauty spots, Wara Wayingga or, the Tennyson Dunes Conservation Reserve.
There'll be heaps of FREE fun and educational activities, including:
Building a bee hotel with Sophie Thomson.
Guided tours led by experts learning about the dunes.
Fun activities for children - including a beach discovery stall.
Guided beach-combing walks.
You'll be able to learn more about dolphins, butterflies, seashells and marine ecology at the information booths on the day and browse stalls selling locally made, environmentally friendly gifts and native plants. Support the local community even further by grabbing a bite to eat at the Kiwanis BBQ, while there will also be a coffee van and refreshments on site.
You'll also have the opportunity to earn about volunteering with the Tennyson Dunes Group who help protect the dunes by growing native plants, re-vegetating and contributing to citizen science activities. To book, visit www.tennyson.org.au