Wild Restoration – Organ Pipes National Park

Get involved in citizen science, restoring native habitat and recovering threatened species.

Come and learn how to get involved in restoring native habitat and recovering our local species while learning valuable citizen science skills at Organ Pipes National Park!

Hear from local experts and learn about the history of the Organ Pipes, using environmental DNA sampling to find local species, hear from Wurundjeri elders and get involved in restoring habitat and growing native plants.

Activities for all ages and abilities, with snacks and face painting provided!

When: Saturday, 11th June 2022 (10am -4pm)

Where: Organ Pipes National Park (Organ Pipes Rd, Keilor North VIC 3036)

We can bring a limited number of people with us by shuttle bus (pickup/drop-off at the Melbourne CBD or at Sunshine Station, Sunshine) or else you can get yourself there under your own steam.

For a detailed and up-to-date itinerary, please visit ScienceForAll.World/Events

This event is run by Science for All with the support of the Royal Society of Victoria and the Nature Stewards program, jointly funded by a grant from Brimbank City Council, Inspiring Victoria and public donations. Our thanks to the Friends of the Organ Pipes National Park for their support of this event.