COASTS AND WETLANDS (MARION BAY)

DATE: Saturday 13 July, 2019

TIME: 0830 – 1600

Departing: 0830 – Wrest Point (please arrive in time for boarding by ~0820)
Returning:
1600 – Wrest Point (please check for option of airport drop- off by ~1530)

NUMBER OF PEOPLE: 30 people (first come – first served)

LUNCH: Buy your own at Bangor Vineyard Shed (https://bangorshed.com.au/)*

*Bangor Vineyard Shed will be a warm and cosy retreat for lunch. A booking has been made for our group and upon arrival, food and drinks (including wine/beer/cider and hot beverages) can be ordered off the menu.

DRESS: Warm winter clothing and wet weather jacket, scarf and beanie, closed toe walking boots, Drink bottle, camera and binoculars (optional)

COST: $43.29pp (INCL $3.29 Booking fee)

ORGANISERS: Vishnu Prahalad and John Aalders

CONTACT: vishnu.prahalad@utas.edu.au

TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL HERITAGE WALK

DATE: Saturday 13 July, 2019

LOCATION: Bedlam Walls, Geilston Bay

TIME: 0945 – 1500

DEPARTING: 0945 – Wrest Point (please arrive in time for boarding 0930, and see option pickup location).

Optional Pickup 1000 – Participants have an option to be picked up near Salamanca Market (and maybe buy your lunch). Participants need to check pickup location detail and register with Rob.

Optional return visit to MONA ~1400 – Following the field trip, participants have the opportunity to depart our company and visit the Museum of Old and New Art on return journey. Entry and transport costs into and from MONA not covered and you need to arrange this – please see the details and note the airport drop off option.

Optional Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery – Tense Past Exhibition ~1430 – As we drive past the wharf area in Hobart, participants can elect to jump off the bus to see Tasmanian Aboriginal Artist Julie Gough’s major exhibition – please the details.

RETURNING: ~1500 – Wrest Point

NUMBER OF PEOPLE: 25 people (first come – first served)

LUNCH: Bring Your Own

DRESS: Warm winter clothing and wet weather jacket, scarf and beanie, closed toe walking boots, Drink bottle, camera and binoculars.

COST: $25pp (plus $2.74 booking fee)

ORGANISERS: Rob Anders

CONTACT: R.Anders@utas.edu.au

VEGETATION MANAGEMENT IN TASMANIA FIELD TRIP IAG2019

DATE: Saturday 13 July, 2019

LOCATION: Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area

TIME: 0900 – 1700

Departing & Returning: Wrest Point Carpark Pickup
The coach can drop you off to the airport by 1800 if required.

NUMBER OF PEOPLE: 25-50 people (first come – first served)

LUNCH: Provided

DRESS: Very warm clothing and wet weather jacket, closed toe hiking boots

COST: $110.81 (incl of Fees & GST) – Includes Coach and Packed Lunch

ORGANISERS: Jamie Kirkpatrick and Melinda McHenry

CONTACT: j.kirkpatrick@utas.edu.au and melinda.mchenry@utas.edu.au

THIS FIELD TRIP IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

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