Competition Time – Why Camp When you Can Glamp
NACC has teamed up with Beach & Boho to give-away a glamping experience that includes all the bells and whistles. Simply register for the Gunnado BioBlitz before 24 August for your chance to win an overnight stay in a 4 m bell tent during the BioBlitz. No planning or extensive packing is necessary, you just pull up on Saturday morning and there it is ready for you—the tent has been set up, there’s a bed in there with fresh sheets, plus lighting. You can even choose between a double bed or four single beds.
So go join the Gunnado BioBlitz to win an awesome, comfy, boho tent experience! Please visit Beach and Boho for photo galleries
Have you ever wanted to join-in the fun of a BioBlitz? Well here’s your chance! Registrations are now open for the 2018 Gunnado BioBlitz – which will take place at Gunnado Farm, near Walkaway, on 8 -9 September.
Northern Agricultural Catchments Council and Geraldton Streetwork Aboriginal Corporation are co-hosting the 2018 Gunnado BioBlitz.
The Gunnado BioBlitz is a community project aimed at bringing together professional and amateur ecologists – and those interested in learning more about their natural environment. It is a great way to engage the community in their local environment and increase their knowledge and awareness of what is in their own backyard.
Professional biologists and capable amateurs from the local area, Perth and throughout the Southwest – will lend their expertise to the finding and identifying of taxa within their respective field.
It will also infuse modern scientific knowledge with local Traditional Ecological Knowledge that Aboriginal people have in supporting the region’s natural assets.
There will be lots to learn at the 2018 Gunnado BioBlitz. Participants will have the opportunity to help put-out and monitor motion sensor cameras, echo-location devices, pit-fall traps, cage traps, sand pad traps and more.
For those of you who don’t know, or have never heard of Gunnado Farm, it is in the City of Greater Geraldton and managed by Geraldton Streetwork Aboriginal Cooperation. Gunnado provides a magnificent background for the BioBlitz and is approximately:
- 400 km north of Perth (4 hours)
- 30 km southeast of Geraldton (30 minutes)
There are a number of accommodation options available for participants, including:
- The designated BioBlitz headquarters and campsite at Gunnado Farm off the Nangetty Walkaway Road. Tents, camper trailers, caravans and swags are allowed.
- Numerous accommodation options in the City of Greater Geraldton See: www.visitgeraldton.com.au Please note Geraldton is a 30 minute drive to BioBlitz site.
- Staying with locals: If you have friends or family in the area, feel free to spend the night with them.
This project is supported by Northern Agricultural Catchments Council and Geraldton Streetwork Aboriginal Corporation , through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program and WA State NRM Program.