Activity runs from 19 Dec – 31 Jan. The winner will be announced on the 1st of February via email and the KBULG Facebook page. Competition is open to children and young adults between the ages of 2 and 18.
Before heading off to Karlkurla Park, swing by the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitors Centre and purchase some Silky Pear seeds to sprinkle while you are there.
Scatter the Silky Pear
The Goldfields first ‘touched by nature’ Tourism Project is located in Karlkurla Bushland Park. It is part of a statewide nature-based tourism initiative designed to help protect and enhance Western Australia’s unique natural environment.
Anyone can be involved with the regeneration of the ‘Silky Pear’ at Karlkurla Park by giving a gold coin donation and picking up a brochure with a packet of seeds from the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Tourist Centre in Hannan Street. Dispersal points for the ‘Silky Pear’ seeds are located along the walk trail in Karlkurla Park.
Proceeds from the project come back to KBULG to help maintain the park.
This event is running from 29 December 2020 until 31 January 2021