The 2018 Gunnado BioBlitz is fast approaching – it’s this weekend – and we cannot wait to see you all.
All the information you need to know about the event can now be found at here but we will have copies for you at the event (so no need for you to print it off).
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, flora surveys, 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.
And drum roll please……..
Congratulations to Glenda and Murray Blyth and the Harrold Family – you are the lucky winners of the Beach & Boho Glamping Competition. You have each won an overnight stay in a 4 m bell tent during the BioBlitz.
We are happy to answer any of your queries via email or phone, and contact details can be found below.
See you all next Saturday
M: 0437 928 136