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Welcome to the Toodyay Naturalists' Club: 1968 - 2018

phascogale

The Toodyay Naturalists' Club was established in 1968
This year is our Golden Anniversary

The Shire of Toodyay is located in Southwest Australia, one of five Mediterranean-type ecosystem 'global' hotspots; covering an area of 357,000 sq.km - with less than 107,000 sq.km of vegetation remaining, it is home to over 2,948 endemic plant species, growing in some of the most ancient landforms on earth. It is also home to an increasing number of critically endangered and threatened flora and fauna species.
View our UPDATED 2018 PROGRAMME
Our News page has a copy of our latest newsletter
DRUMMOND HOUSE - TOODYAY'S ENVIRONMENT & HISTORY CENTRE
108B Stirling Terrace, Toodyay (next to our website sponsor, Bendigo Bank). This is our HOME we share with the Toodyay Historical Society and Toodyay Friends of the River. For further details please contact our Secretary
NEXT EVENT:
The next event will be our Christmas Party at a members home on Saturday 17th November 2018. For detals please contact our President or Secretary.
HAVING ISSUES WITH REPTILES OR INJURED WILDLIFE or simply wanting to know how to SAFELY INTERACT WITH WILDLIFE you are at the right place.
GEORGINA WINS INTERNATIONAL AWARD.
Club member and photographer extraordinaire Georgina Steytler has taken out another international award - this time in the coveted 'Wildlife Photographer of the Year' Awards, run by the British Natural History Museum.
Her incredibly dramatic wasp photograph in the Invertebrate Behaviour category makes her the first Australian woman to win in the awards, now in its 54th year.
The club was a Semi-Finalist in the WA Regional Achievement and Community Awards
Above: A tiny rescued brush-tailed phascogale at the Toodyay Show. Keep up to date on its progress.
Photo by Wayne Clarke

Site updated 23 October 2018

Our site is sponsored by the Toodyay and Districts Community Bank Branch - Bendigo Bank