Marrambidya Wetlands open day - Wagga

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12 Aug 2018 - 10:00am

Wagga Wagga Urban Landcare and Wagga Wagga City Council's Environmental Management Team are hosting a guided tour of Marrambidya Wetland. Observe nest box activity, take part in the kids treasure hunt, and learn about the importance of wetland ecosystems!

Places are limited, and bookings essential: Reserve your spot here

Marrambidya Wetlands was formally the Narrung Street Sewage Treatment Works. Reclamation and repurposing of the site has been ongoing since July 2015.

The transformed tertiary treatment ponds are designed to replicate the natural water cycle with flooding during the winter months and dryer, low levels during summer. They now provide habitat for migratory and non-migratory birds, water insects, frogs, fish, reptiles and mammals such as the locally threatened Squirrel Glider.
Come along and learn more about the ongoing reclamation of the Marrambidya Wetlands and listen to stories about the environment and Aboriginal Culture at the newly installed audio information stations.
When: Sunday 12 August, 10am -1pm
Where: 100 Narrung St, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650

Bookings essential: Reserve your spot here