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Wildlife at the Watering Hole

Australia is home to an incredible variety of native species. Whether they are snuggly, spiky or downright scary, we still have so much to learn about our unique Australian fauna.

This free event is brought to you by the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales with the generous support of the Rose of Australia. Hear from the experts, meet up with some like-minded people and discuss how we can work together to conserve and manage Australian biodiversity.

Wildlife talks take place on the 3rd Monday of each month, starting at 6:00 pm in the upstairs bar of the Rose of Australia (1 Swanston Street, Erskineville). Drinks and food can be purchased from the bar and can be consumed during the talk/discussion.

Upcoming and past talks

 Date  Speaker Topic Event Page
20 May 2024Lachlan HartNew research into the taxonomy and palaeobiology of temnospondyl amphibians Go To Event
15 April 2024Britt MitchellAustralia's frog species in the Anthropocene - responses to climate change and diseaseGo To Event
18 March 2024Arthur White

Citizen Science in Action: The Greenacre Green and Golden Bell Frog Conservation Project

Go To Event

The Royal Zoological Society of NSW aims to promote and advance the science of zoology and protect, preserve and conserve the indigenous animals of Australasia and their associated habitats

Australian Business Number (ABN) : 31 000 007 518

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