Big Scrub Rainforest Day
The 23rd Big Scrub Rainforest Day program was scheduled to run across February 24-27. Due to the floods our events were postponed/ cancelled. We will communicate any changes via the email used to register for the event as soon as we have more news.
The event will be held across four days and a range of locations. Follow the links below for more information and to register. Each event has limited capacity, registrations are essential.
Thursday 24th February
- POSTPONED: Richmond Landcare Inc. & Lismore City Council present, Science in the Pub with Tim Low: Eltham Pub, 5:30pm – please join the waitlist for the rescheduled event if you are still interested.
Saturday 26th February
- POSTPONED: Mobile Phone Photography in the Rainforest with Iain Stych: Rocky Creek Dam, 9:30am (New date TBC)
- POSTPONED: Rare & Threatened Flora Walk with Justin Mallee & Darren Bailey: Big Scrub Flora Reserve, 9:30 am (New date TBC)
- POSTPONED: SeedTree Maps Guided Walk with Michelle Chapman: Adjacent to Victoria Park Nature Reserve, 10:00 am (New date TBC)
Sunday 27th February
- POSTPONED: Byron Bird Buddies present Rainforest Bird Insights & a guided walk with Jan Olley & Michael Brown: Byron Wetlands, 9:00 am (This activity has reached capacity, click the link to join the waitlist)
- CANCELLED: Lismore Botanic Gardens Guided Walks – ALL EVENTS CANCELLED DUE TO FLOODING AND WATER DAMAGE
- POSTPONED: Firewheel Rainforest Nursery present Rainforest Seeds, Propagation and Nursery tour: Dorroughby
- Beginners session, 9:00 am (This activity has reached capacity, click the link to join the waitlist)
- Intermediate session, 12:00 pm (This activity has reached capacity, click the link to join the waitlist)
- Advanced session, 3:00 pm (This activity has reached capacity, click the link to join the waitlist)
Big Scrub Landcare acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters of the Big Scrub region, the Arakwal People and Widjabul People of the Bundjalung Nation. We thank them for caring for this special place for thousands of generations. We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging and we recognise the example First Nations Peoples have set in protecting and nurturing Country for the betterment of future generations.
Thank you to our valued sponsors and event hosts.
This event is presented by Big Scrub Landcare in association with Rous County Council and Envite Environment with valued support from the NSW Government’s Saving our Species Program and its Environmental Trust.