Check out what some of the students participating in the Bega River Bioblitz found with the assistance of the Atlas Naturalists Paul Whitington and Kerri-Lee Harris.
THE SAPPHIRE COAST SCIENCE FESTIVAL IS BACK BUT WITH A DIFFERENT FORMAT FOR 2019!!
Saturday August 10 through to Sunday August 18
The Sapphire Coast Regional Science Hub Sustainability Education Network (SCRSHSEN), with the generous support of Inspiring Australia (NSW), is excited to present the Bega River Bioblitz; a great opportunity for people of all ages to have engaging, fun experiences with citizen science, environmental displays, threatened species information and science movies!
IT’S A SCIENCE EXTRAVAGANZA…….IN BEGA!
This is a wonderful opportunity to find out how local organisations are creating dynamic science engagement activities for the whole community. If you are interested in science, technology, the environment and sustainability – this is the place to be.
Saturday 10th August – Thursday 15th August – Science Week events hosted by Sapphire Coast Regional Science Hub Sustainability Education Network members – More details soon
Friday 16th August – Bega River Bioblitz Schools’ Day
Saturday 17th August – Bega River Bioblitz – more details soon
Sunday 18th August – Bega River Bioblitz – more details soon
A fun filled week not to miss. Follow us on Facebook and keep in touch with #NatSciWeek and #scsf2019
Now entering its sixteenth year, National Science Week has well and truly cemented itself as Australia’s largest festival, with last year’s calendar offering over 1000 events throughout Australia, reaching an audience of over a million people.
In 2019, National Science Week events are expected to be held right throughout Australia from Dubbo, Davenport, Darwin and everywhere in between, offering an array of activities with everything from science festivals, music and comedy shows, interactive hands-on displays, open days and online activities.The festival is proudly supported by the Australian Government, as well as partners CSIRO, Australian Science Teachers Association and the ABC.