30 Mar 16: ​Fraser's Dingoes, Fauna and more...

SCHOOL HOLIDAY PRESENTATION: Fraser Island's resident dingo population have a rather notorious reputation - but is it really deserved? Ranger Jenna returns to Eurong these school holidays to talk about our most famous residents, our colourful history and present some weird and wonderful facts about our World Heritage-listed backyard.

  • What enables tall trees to grow and flourish completely in sand?
  • Where does all the island's fresh water come from?
  • Why is Eli Creek always so cold when you dip your toe in?

It's no secret that Fraser Island is the biggest sand island in the world. But did you know that it was given it's World Heritage-listed status because it is an outstanding example representing ongoing ecological and biological processes and as an example of superlative natural phenomena.

What does this mean? Come and join Jenna as she uncovers the mysteries, myths and magic!

EVENT DETAILS

Topic: Dingoes, history, island resources and more
Date: Wednesday, March 30
Time: From 1930 (Question time is included)
Duration: 1.5 hours
Where: Centre Complex - meet at the restaurant and follow the signs
Cost: Free of charge
Extra info: Kids are welcome (must be accompanied by an adult).

Ranger Jenna has a passion for the environment that lead her to graduate from Deakin University and pursue a career in park management in both Victoria and Queensland. Jenna arrived on Fraser Island in May 2012 and now spends her time actively involved in community engagement in and around the island.

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