Visit the Native Wildlife Sanctuary | West Gippsland
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Enjoy a family day out at a zoo where you can interact with native wildlife in a stunning bushland setting, whilst you spend time with your family in the school holidays, and connect with other local first responder families. It’s an opportunity to learn about Australian native animals, local threatened and endangered species, as well as learn ways to become involved and be active in helping our environment and endangered animals. Helping others can give you a sense of purpose and belonging, build friendships and make your community a better place. As an added bonus, you can explore a special exhibition and make your way through the wild forest to discover giant animatronic dinosaurs and megafauna around every corner! Lunch will be provided and allow participants to connect with other first responder families.
This free wellbeing activity is for first responder families (check eligibility here). Children can be registered as part of a family but must be supervised throughout the activity. Please note the location for this activity is approximately an hour and a half from Warragul. Participants must arrange their own transport and allow time to travel. If you require details on the location, please contact the Activities team. This activity will proceed in all weather, please bring your own wet weather gear and sun protection gear. Fortem is currently monitoring COVID guidelines closely and may reschedule this event and notify participants accordingly.
Please submit your interest to attend this activity using the form below. Note, registration is not complete until you receive a confirmation email from the Fortem activities team.