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Cub Environment Activity Day
March 18 @ 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Ingleside Environment Centre is located within Ingleside Scout Camp, at the end of Bloodwood Rd via Tumburra Rd, Ingleside. The site, on the edge of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, is largely made up of native sandstone bushland including a freshwater creek and sandstone swamp. Many native species of living things are found here and over the years environmental education activities, aimed at all ages of Scouting, have been developed.
Environmental Activity Days aim to focus on activities and build environmental skills and knowledge, such as fieldwork and data collection, as well as giving back to the larger community through citizen science. Cub Scouts will be shown how to plan and design their own Special Interest Area (SIA) Project and do environmental activities such as Streamwatch and the Cub Scout Earth Tribe Champions for Nature Challenge.
Cub Scouts must bring a small backpack, your own food for the day, water bottle, hat, sunscreen, roll on insect repellent, raincoat, jumper and shoes that can get wet. Please wear shorts and tee shirt and your Group scarf.
Cub Scouts who register to attend this day must ask their Unit Leader to email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information
Drive along Mona Vale Road from St Ives/Terrey Hills or Mona Vale / Narrabeen.
Turn into Tumburra Street and follow all the way to the end where you turn left into Bloodwood Road. The campsite is on the right hand side at the end of this road.
DO NOT use Addison Road or Chiltern Road as they do not go all the way to the campsite.
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