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Presentation & Nest-box Building Demonstration

April 13 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am



A great diversity of Australian wildlife relies on hollow cavities in native trees (known as tree-hollows) to meet their nesting or roosting requirements. Such hollows take hundreds of years to form naturally, but sadly, due to massive land-clearing since European settlement in Australia, countless numbers have been lost.

This plight has had a severe impact on native wildlife, particularly charismatic species like Black Cockatoos.

Further environmental impacts, especially the ever-growing amount of human waste entering landfill, are leading to a decline in many native species, and affecting human health.

Come along and listen to the Re-Cyc-Ology Project provide a presentation and short building demo of a nest-box.

This is workshop 1 of 2 where you can learn about the importance of nest boxes in the Perth Hills while our workshop held on Saturday 4th May, where you can build your your very own nest-box.


Date: Saturday 13th April, 2024

Time: 9:00am

Location: Mundaring Garden and Farmers Market, 3060 Jacoby Street, Mundaring (near Sculpture Park)


The Re-Cyc-Ology Project is a small business owned and managed by Simon and Danielle, two environmental educators who are members of the Sustainable Schools Alliance.

Simon Cherriman is an award-winning environmental scientist / ecologist, writer, educator and wildlife film-maker and an enthusiastic advocate for the unique Australian bush and its creatures. Simon is a WA Parks Foundation Ambassador and a popular and highly engaging public speaker. As well as being the founder of The Re-Cyc-Ology Project, he manages the small business iNSiGHT Ornithology, which specialises in bird-related research and environmental education.

Danielle Crichton is a dynamic primary school teacher with over 20 years experience working in a range of schools throughout Australia and overseas. She is a passionate environmental educator with a strong focus on coordinating sustainability education programmes, with extensive experience in linking environmental education programmes to the Australian / WA Curriculum. Dani grew up in the Perth Hills and has always felt a connection to its unique wildlife, and now works to foster in others a sense of custodianship for this diverse and fragile landscape.


Join us at the Mundaring Garden and Farmers Market in 2024 for an exciting series of free workshops and demonstrations.

Our engaging sessions aim to provide practical knowledge and actionable steps, promoting a more environmentally conscious mindset and to help you prepare for FOGO. From hands-on demonstrations to expert-led discussions, our events are geared towards building a resilient and eco-friendly community.

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect, learn, and contribute to the positive transformation of our local environment.


April 13
9:00 am - 11:00 am


Mundaring Chamber of Commerce
0447 645 462
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Mundaring Garden and Farmers Market
3060 Jacoby Street
Mundaring, WA 6109 Australia
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