Parks Victoria is inviting kids and their families to have fun learning in nature by joining a Junior Ranger activity these summer school holidays.
Park rangers host the free program, which offers activities for children aged 6 to 12 and their families. It is designed to get kids outdoors and teach them about Victoria’s wonderful plants, wildlife and amazing natural and cultural heritage.
Kids and families can watch tiny critters through microscopes on a Minibeast Discovery, follow clues to discover animals in the bush as a Wildlife Detective or find out what lies beneath the water in a Rockpool Ramble.
All activities are free but bookings are essential and children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all sessions.
Check the website juniorrangers.com.au in mid-December for activity locations and dates and to register your attendance.