Fantastic program for upcoming Daintree field school (14 and 15-16 April)

With an incredible line-up of high-profile experts presenting exciting new information, the Wet Tropics Tour Guide field school in April is shaping up to be an event not to be missed! 

  • Dr Sandra Abell gives her insight in ‘Northern bettong—the forgotten Wet Tropics kangaroo’
  • Prof Darren Crayn will be presenting ‘Ancient and relic plants of the Daintree’
  • Roger Martin brings us ‘Tree kangaroos of the Wet Tropics’
  • Our very own Dr Steve Goosem will be sharing his knowledge on ‘Cassowaries in the age of discovery’ and Campbell Clarke will be discussing his work on ‘Wet Tropics connectivity’.

Hosted at the recently renovated Daintree Rainforest Observatory, the field school (15–16 April) offers invaluable networking opportunities and hands-on interpretive exercises at Kulki and Marrja in Daintree National Park.

For those wishing to start or continue the process to become a certified Wet Tropics Tour Guide, there is a workshop day prior to the field school (14 April) focussing on Aboriginal protocols and culture, and techniques and strategies for delivering tour commentaries.

For more info on the workshop and field school, see the program overview and registration form. For more information about the Wet Tropics Tour Guide program visit the Wet Tropics Tour Guide Program page.

Fantastic program for upcoming Daintree field school (14 and 15-16 April)

Published: 17th Mar 2016

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