A World of Wonder at Your Doorstep...

Living in the Sutherland Shire gives us the best of both worlds. Close to the city if you feel like a day (or night) out, but equally close to the glorious Royal National Park, full of recreational activities including bushwalking, kayaking, cycling and much more.

How much more? If you would like to find out, head to Cronulla Library on Monday, August 1st at 6.00pm for an interesting and worthwhile evening of information on the Royal National Park and the wonderful (not to mention well-priced) activities you can do there.

Featuring guest speakers Michael Treanor - Manager for Royal National Park, NSW NPWS, and Ian Wells - Royal National Park specialist and founder of eco adventure company Royal Coast Walks.

This is a free session for anyone who enjoys the outdoors, loves nature or just feels like escaping for a couple of hours.

Did we mention that 2011 is the National Year of the Forest? Why not celebrate with us!

When: Monday, August 1st 6.00pm - 7.30pm
Where: Cronulla Library
Cost: Free!
Bookings are essential, please book online or call Cronulla Library on 9523 4980.

Refreshments will be provided on the night.