Experience SEQ's weird and wonderful at 2018 World Science Festival
Experience the splendour of South East Queensland’s landscapes, waterways and wildlife when you visit Healthy Land and Water’s exhibition at the 2018 World Science Festival in Brisbane!
|Calypto the Glossy Black Cockatoo|
On March 24 and 25, Feathers, Furs and Fins: The Nature of SEQ will feature at the Street Science! event at South Bank’s Cultural Forecourt.
Featuring live animals and plants, Feathers, Furs and Fins offers visitors a sensory journey through the unique biodiversity that makes South East Queensland such a special place to live.
Learn about our unique rainforests, bays and native flora and fauna, meet Calypto the Glossy Black Cockatoo, crack some macadamias and get up close and personal with native fish and invertebrate species from Moreton Bay.
Healthy Land and Water’s exhibition will also explore some of the environmental issues facing South East Queensland including erosion, sediment pollution and pest animals and weeds that impact the region’s biodiversity.
Healthy Land and Water Chief Executive Officer Julie McLellan encouraged families to visit the Feathers, Furs and Fins exhibition and enjoy a fun and interactive exploration of SEQ.
“Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to take a journey through the natural world of our special region and meet the weird and wonderful creatures that call it home,” she said.
“The World Science Festival is designed to bring together the best minds in science and the art to challenge and inspire us and Healthy Land and Water is very proud to be part of what has become an unmissable event.”
The Feathers, Furs and Fins exhibition will welcome visitors between 9.30am to 5pm on Saturday March 24 and 9.30am to 4.30pm on Sunday March 25.
For more information visit www.worldsciencefestival.com.au