On Sunday 28th September join Mackay Conservation Group to explore a hidden gem!
Slade Point Nature Reserve is one of the last remaining areas of coastal dunes and paperbark wetlands in the Mackay region.
Learn about the conservation history of this special place as we wander through Moreton bay ash forest, weeping paperbarks and grasslands. Keep an eye out and you might spot a Black-faced monarch or one of the other 130 off birds that live here.
For more information and to RSVP check out the event description here.
We will walk along the 3.1 km Reserve circuit. It is suitable for children.
Meet at the car park at the southern end of Lambert's Beach, at the end of Pacific Esplanade, Slade Point.
This event is open to the public and totally free.
BRING: Mosquito repellant, walking shoes, sunscreen and sun protection, water, snacks & your friends and family!