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    Films & Flames – GET WILD ABOUT WETLANDS

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    Films & Flames

    Celebrate NAIDOC week with a unique blend of cultural films, traditional fire practices, and delicious bush tucker, perfect for family bonding

    Join us for a special NAIDOC week and school holiday event, Films & Flames inaugurating our “massive” new screen at The Wetlands Centre. The day will begin with a Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony, setting the stage for a unique cultural experience. Participants will then watch our Films & Flames features—Yannow Boonark/Slow Moving Trees and Yorgas Kaala Katitje/Women Knowing Fire, a series of Aboriginal-focused films that delve into traditional fire practices. After the films, we invite you to enjoy delicious bush tucker at our amphitheatre. Don't miss this opportunity to learn, create, and celebrate Aboriginal culture!

    Date: Sunday, 14th of July

    Time: 10.30am – 1:00pm


    • Free for all, but please register for catering purposes (adults must accompany children)

    What to bring:

    • Water bottle
    • Hat / umbrella / raincoat
    • Wear closed-in shoes
    • Wear long-sleeve shirt and trousers


    • Sun block
    • Insect Repellant

    Suitable age groups: Children 10 years old and above accompanied by adults.

    Event location: The Amphitheatre / Education Room, The Wetlands Centre Cockburn, 184 Hope Road, Bibra Lake WA 6163


     Join us at The Wetlands Centre Cockburn for the "Get Wild About Wetlands" school holiday programs. These events are crafted to engage young minds in the wonders of wetland ecology through a series of educational and fun-filled sessions. From creative workshops to interactive eco-walks, we aim to foster a deep appreciation for our natural environments. Spaces fill up quickly, so be sure to register early for this exciting opportunity to learn, create, and play in the beauty of our wetlands!

    This program is sponsored by: Community Bank Fremantle - Bendigo Bank and supported by the City of Cockburn.

    About the Presenter:

    To be announced shortly.

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