This event is a celebration of our beautiful native wildlife told through the voices of strong women in science and the arts.
Featuring “In Conversation” from leading
scientists in the field of Little Penguins...
Diane Colombelli-Negrel & Sarah-Lena Reinhold.
Also featuring Ceramicist Jane Bamford, building natural habitats for species support.
Getting to Kangaroo Island:
October is a busy time on Kangaroo Island. Travel and accommodation options are limited, therefore, making arrangements in advance is recommended. You will need flight or ferry transportation to and from Kangaroo Island.
Many wonderful accommodation and camping options are available, depending on your requirements.
If you would like to buy hard copy tickets in person, please visit Kangashoes on Dauncy Street in Kingscote.
Otherwise, purchase online from our link above to Eventbrite.
**Should there be COVID restrictions which cause the event to cancel, refunds will be available upon request.
Food and Beverages:
No outside food and beverages will be allowed. Local vendor will be offering a variety of food and beverages for purchase.
We encourage guests to bring along their own picnic blankets or camping chairs.
There are a limited number of seating options on site.
What about bad weather?
No need to worry, we have a back up plan in case there is weather considerations.
However, fingers crossed it's a beautiful night.
What happens to the native plant donation from our ticket booking?
The Kangaroo Island Wildlife Network will be working with the KI Native Plant Nursery to grow the appropriate plants for the degraded penguin habitat. Stay tuned to our website and facebook group for future opportunities to volunteer or support this worthwhile cause.