Time: December 22, 2017 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Street: Francais St
City/Town: Pickering Brook
Website or Map: https://www.downunderdiscover…
Event Type: hike, night, nature, family, mindfulness
Organized By: Down Under Discoveries
Latest Activity: Nov 17
As we prepare each night to go to sleep, there is a whole other world just starting to wake up. A Nocturnal Creatures of the Night Hike gives you the chance to explore this other world like a foreign land.
Experiencing nature at night can be fun and exciting. At night, the world is full of sounds and smells much different than the daytime. As we walk through the night and are met with unfamiliar noises, our imaginations go a little wild, often drawing out our fears, but if we allow ourselves to be present in the moment and witness the marvel of the nocturnal world we often miss at night, we truly see that in darkness there is also beauty.
A family friendly night hike on a 2.5km trail exploring the nocturnal creatures that awaken in the night within Korung National Park. We invite you to grab a flashlight, join our guides and let’s head out into the dark woods to see what we can find! Suitable for ages 4+.
Meet at end of Francais Rd, Pickering brook (park near Weemala Orchard)
Please be ready 5mins prior to start time.
$15pp or $50 family of four - (max 16) 7.00pm start
Includes: Guided Nocturnal Hike followed by Tea/Coffee/Light Supper
You must book to secure your place.
Payment Terms - Payment can be made via Credit Card, Paypal or Bank Transfer & must be made at time of booking. Cash is not accepted on the day.
Cancellation Policy - Strict 48hrs notice is required for refund. You are welcome to onsell your ticket if it falls within this time.
The walk will only be cancelled in extreme weather conditions.
You need: Bottle of water, Sturdy Shoes, Insect repellent, Clothes to suit the activity & potential weather conditions, Headlamp or Torch Hiking Poles (Optional) and an open mind.
My number is 0408428923 if you need to contact me.
(Please note that sometimes we do go over time, you need to advise the facilitator if you are on a tight schedule)