Kawana Forest Climate Watch Trail Guided Walk

Kawana Forest Winter Survey : Join Currimundi Catchment Care Group and Sunshine Coast Council Bushcare team for this citizen science activity and record observations of key indicator species at Kawana Forest, Little Mountain. On this guided walk around Kawana Forest Bushland Reserve, we will explore the local flora and fauna and learn how our data can reveal impacts of climate change.

This event is a fantastic opportunity to connect with nature, learn from experts, and contribute to citizen science efforts. Whether you’re a nature enthusiast or simply curious about climate change, this guided walk promises an engaging and educational experience.  

 Kawana Forest Bushland Reserve is the site of a ClimateWatch Trail. ClimateWatch is a citizen science project that aims to record how changes in temperature and rainfall are affecting the seasonal behaviour of Australia’s plants and animals. Your guides will assist you to identify indicator species and to use the ClimateWatch App so you can contribute to this important project.

 Don’t miss out on this chance to explore the beauty of the area and deepen your understanding of climate change impacts.

See NatureWatch Sunshine Coast for more information about Climate Watch and the app. We recommend you install the ClimateWatch app on your phone or tablet and register with Climate Watch before the event. 

Bookings are essential as spaces are limited.  Register now


28 Jun 2024


8:30 am - 10:30 am


Kurrajong Crescent Park
Kurrajong Cescent Meridan Plains


Tony Moorhead
0435 375 450
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