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Runaway Bay

Friends of Pine Ridge Conservation Park - Koala Food Tree Project Launch

t's time to honor the incredible dedication and hard work of the Friends of Pine Ridge CP! With nearly 13,000 native koala food trees firmly planted in the ground, it's time to revel in their monumental effort and celebrate in style!

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Friends of Pine Ridge Conservation Park - Koala Food Tree Project Launch
Friends of Pine Ridge Conservation Park - Koala Food Tree Project Launch

Time & Location

09 May 2024, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Runaway Bay, Oxley Dr, Runaway Bay QLD 4216, Australia

About the event

🌟 Join us for the Launch of the Koala Food Tree Project! 🐨

Get ready to celebrate a monumental achievement with the Friends of Pine Ridge Conservation Park! Together with the enthusiastic students of Coombabah State School and the brilliant minds of British School Manila grade 1, and with the generous support of the Federal Government Saving Koala Fund, we've successfully planted an impressive 13,000 native koala food trees at the southern end of Pine Ridge Conservation Park! 🎉

📅 Date: Thursday, 9th May 

🕓 Time: 4:00 PM 

📍 Location: Southern end of Pine Ridge Conservation Park (next to the Luke Harrow Cycling Circuit)

Experience the Thrill:

  • Student Engagement Extravaganza: Students, under the watchful eye of parents, will embark on a journey to locate "their" tree, adorned with charming hand-painted tree guards. Bring along a bottle of water to quench your tree's thirst!
  • Educational Adventure: Immerse yourself in the captivating world of tree species with engaging photographic materials.
  • VIP Guests: Rub shoulders with esteemed local, state, and federal government representatives as we celebrate this monumental milestone. Brace yourself for potential media buzz!

🔑 Unlock the Excitement:

  • Attire: Dress for adventure with sturdy footwear and don't forget your trusty bottle of water.
  • Safety Spotlight: Keep your eyes peeled for any surprises along the way - uneven ground and "pot holes" may add to the excitement!
  • Spotting Student Trees: Keep an eye out for the "student" trees nestled in the two or three rows closest to the cycle track.

Prepare to be swept off your feet as we celebrate the dawn of a new era in conservation and community spirit! 🎉🌳

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