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lorien-rings-maroon Night Walk in the Lorien Forest – June 29

Are you brave enough to enter the mystery forest after sundown? Join educator, naturalist, and native forest restoration specialist, Soon Lee, for this personal experience with nature and the beauty of the night. 

Come experience the nature and beauty of the Lorien forest at night. Enjoy soup and bread as the sun sets and the evening’s bush lore begins. Then, follow Soon Lee into the forest ready to be quiet, watchful, and surprised!

Soon Lee has a special knack for spotting creatures that wake up for a feast and a walk-a-bout. Night walks offer a very intimate experience with nature, please join us if you feel ready to meet the beauty of night. This is your opportunity to experience the subtle and sweet night sounds and potentially meet a few creatures who wake up after the sun sets. There will be a warm fire and soup to share.


Date: Saturday, June 29th
Time: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Location: Meet near the Maintenance Shed in the Lower School at 4:45 PM


Dress in warm clothes and sturdy shoes; don’t forget rain protection just in case! Please bring a water bottle. You may also bring a flashlight (a red light is the safest for animal spotting).

Children over the age of eight are welcome with a parent to accompany them.

This unique event is FREE and made possible by the generous support and funding of Hawkesbury Nepean Environmental Network and Sydney Primary Health and Well-Being Network. Spaces are limited to only 30 participants. 

Please inform us if you need to cancel your reservation so we can offer your spot to someone on the waiting list. Don’t miss out!

About Soon Lee
Soon Lee Lim dedicates his life to helping people connect with nature. He was a popular scout
leader for 10 years, taking children on courageous adventures. Soon Lee worked as an Interpretive Ranger and organiser of children’s bush birthday parties at the Wildflower Garden Bushland Education Centre in St. Ives. He now leads bush regeneration in the Cumberland State Forest, working with volunteers to support the forest to regenerate and provide a home to many animals and birds. Soon Lee has followed his calling through a life of adventure where he has shared much fun and wisdom with anyone lucky enough to walk his path.

LOCATION

Lorien Novalis School
456/460a Old Northern Rd, Dural NSW 2158

Reserve your tickets HERE on Trybooking

Thank you,
Lorien LandCare and Platypus Protection Group

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