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Exploring Toodyay... naturally

The Toodyay Naturalisdts' Club's latest book A guide to exploring Toodyay... naturally is available for purchase only through the club. It has 190 pages, with colour illustrations throughout; a brief description appears on the rear cover
The cost of the guide is $27.00 plus packing and postage.

Our Secretary can provide details on how to order.


The home of the Toodyay Nats Club- 108b Stirling Terrace (next to the Toodyay Bendigo Bank). This is shared with the Toodyay Friends of the River Inc. and Toodyay Historical Society Inc. Drummond House and is open to the public each Saturday between 10am and 12pm. This is a good time to drop in and meet our members, learn more about Toodyay, find out what the groups are doing or just socialise.
The TNC is grateful for the assistance of the Toodyay Op Shop with this new home


Our 2019 Programme will be updated shortly.


The Club regularly publishes the TNC Newsletter, a high quality publication on natural history. Read the latest BUMPER EDITION or you can download back copies. The next edition is due out by the end August, 2019. You can subscribe to the newsletters or order back copies - please type 'subscribe' or 'back copies' with your name and email address addresses in the subject line. For back copies list the copies you require in the text area.

Below: Following the last outing (along the Bilya Track to the John Masters Bird Hide) members traveled back to Pelham Reserver and the Drummond Lookout for a meeting, and lunch


Above: Club members lunching at one of the new picnic tables in Pelham Reserve. Photo Sharon Richards

JOHN MASTERS BIRD HIDE. The Toodyay Naturalists' Club's John Masters Bird Hide, and the Toodyay Friends of the River's Bilya Walk Track, continue to attract a host of visitors and walkers.


Wheatbelt NRM is sponsor of our Newsletter. View the latest Wheatbelt NRM Newsletter or download back issues


Our next event will be on Saturday 15th June, 7pm in the CWA Hall. Naturalist and well-know bird observer Phil Lewis will present a pictorial story on a recent trip (with the Masters' Family) north through the Pilbara and Kimberley, across the 'Top End' to the York Peninsular, and back through western Queensland, eastern South Australia, then home; an over 15,500km journey.


Some of Australia's less common birds were among the over 150 bird species sighted on this epic cross-country journey.

Page updated 26 May 2019

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