Territory And Municipal Services have an interesting piece on their plans celebrate World Wetlands Day:
Free children’s activities include a jumping castle, face painters, balloons, parachute games, a patting zoo and the largest ibis bird you’ll ever see.
Take a walk through the wetlands and enjoy unique wildlife in their natural habitat. Bring your binoculars to spot a variety of native birds and get some bird watching tips from the experts.
You can also get up close and personal with a corroboree frog, talk to a ranger and become a fire fighter for the day in the Rural Fire Service truck.
Visit the information stalls, learn about the future plans for the Jerrabomberra Wetlands and enjoy a half an hour guided bus tour at 11.15 am, 12.15 pm or 1.15 pm to rarely seen sections of the wetlands.
Pack a picnic or enjoy the sausage sizzle and ice creams stalls.