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Join us for a fascinating evening discussion about the need to create a new national park network in WA's Outback.
Twenty years ago, the WA Government purchased 5 million hectares of former Outback stations as part of a plan to increase conservation areas, boost Outback tourism and revitalise regional communities.
Now, it's time these properties became a new national park network, managed by Indigenous rangers, for all Western Australians to experience and enjoy.
Join our expert speakers to find out more about these amazing gems of our Outback, and what can be done to care for them in the future.
Bianca McNeair - Malgana woman from the Shark Bay region and Aboriginal Program Coordinator for Northern Agricultural Catchments Council
David Mackenzie - spokesperson for Create Ranger Parks
John Collins - President, Track Care WA
MC: Piers Verstegen - Director, Conservation Council of Western Australia
Light refreshments will be provided on the night.
RSVP - essential as places are limited.
2 Delhi St
West Perth, WA 6005
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0407 437 097