Taking steps to reconnect to the Bay
As part of the Multicultural Bay Ambassadors Program and in partnership with the Melbourne Nature Journal Club, join us for a walk along Black Rock Promenade to Fisherman’s Hut, Quiet Corner located at the northern end of Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary.
To deepen our experience with this unique coastal and marine habitat, Amy from Melbourne Nature Journal Club (www.amydiana.co) will lead a Nature Journal workshop at the Fisherman’s Hut. Bring along a notebook and a pen as we create a sense of place together.
Introduction to Nature Journalling
Have you ever seen a plant and thought, "Wow! How does it do that?" Or a creature and thought, "I've never seen one of those!" but can't remember its features to look it up later? Or simply, "I want to remember this moment," but you know that a photo won't be enough?
We will learn tips, do a warm-up, fill some pages, and then celebrate our findings – the best bit! All you need is a pen, a notebook and your curiosity.
All ages and experience levels welcome. Children must be accompanied at all times.
Please remember to stay Covid-Safe and sunsmart, and bring a hat, sunscreen, and reusable water bottle.
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Location: Black Rock Gardens (map). Meet us near the Beacon Sculpture.
The walk will start at Black Rock Gardens and finish at Quiet Corner (about 1 km down the Bay Trail).
Materials to bring: notebook, pen/pencil, colour-making tools (optional)