Oceania

Dance at Sydney Olympic park

Sydney Olympic Park Education Centre

By Connor Walsh / 26th September 2022

A Star Wetland Centre! Recognised in 2022 as a Star Wetland Visitor Centre. Find out more. About Name of organisation Sydney Olympic Park Authority Funding support NSW State Government Number of staff 20 Centre based Staff Number of visitors per year 20,000 students a year on average, plus over 3 million general parkland visitors a…

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East Asian- Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP)

By Connor Walsh / 1st October 2021

About Name of organisation East Asian- Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) Funding support Partners of EAAFP, Incheon Metropolitan City Government Number of staff 7 at Secretariat in RoK, 4 at Science Unit in Beijing NIL Number of visitors per year N/A Overall aims of the centre EAAFP is a network of partners within the East Asian-Australasian…

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Kids and indigenous guide

Peel-Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC)

By Chris Rostron / 4th May 2021

About Name of organisation: Peel-Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC) Funding support: Government / Industry Number of staff: 24 Number of visitors per year: Although not a conventional wetland centre, PHCC has recently engaged with over 5,000 per year. The Peel-Harvey catchment is once again a flourishing network of interconnected, productive landscapes, with diverse, healthy and resilient ecosystems, globally and…

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Hobsons Bay Wetlands Centre

By Connor Walsh / 11th December 2020

About Name of organisation Hobsons Bay Wetlands Centre Inc Funding support Local Council, Water Authorities, Deakin University Number of staff 0 Number of visitors per year 500 Overall aims of the centre A place where everyone can connect with nature to improve health and wellbeing and be inspired to care for our precious natural environment.…

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Wonga Wetlands

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 8th March 2018

About Albury City Council Funding support nil Number of staff 5 Number of visitors per year 20,000 Overall aims of the centre Provide Environmental Education to schools and community groups Description of the centre * Wonga is 80 hectares in size, using reclaimed water from the City Sewer Treatment plant *Located 4 kilometres West of…

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Tyto Wetlands Information Centre

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 8th March 2018

  About Hinchinbrook Shire Council Funding support: Fully funded by Hinchinbrook Shire Council Number of staff: 1 full time, 2 part time and 47 volunteers Number of visitors per year: Varies depending on year. 22 000 to 25 000 Overall aims of the centre Primarily a visitor information centre promoting the general area but specifically…

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Serendip Sanctuary

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 8th March 2018

About Name of organisation Parks Victoria Funding support Parks Victoria Number of staff Varies Number of visitors per year 70,000 Overall aims of the centre Through education and interpretation Serendip Sanctuary will give visitors the opportunity to experience and value the importance of conservation, threatened species & cultural heritage. Description of the centre Serendip Sanctuary…

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National Wetland Trust New Zealand

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 8th March 2018

A Star Wetland Centre! Recognised in 2022 as a Star Wetland Visitor Centre. Find out more. About Rotopiko National Wetland Centre. We have a 10 hectare pest-proof sanctuary, free of introduced mammalian predators. It includes a small 20,000 year old peat lake, a tall semi-swamp podocarp forest, areas of lake margin and open mown grassland.…

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Miranda Shorebird Centre

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 8th March 2018

  About Miranda Naturalists Trust Funding support: self funding Number of staff: 1.25 Number of visitors per year: 20,000 Overall aims of the centre Established in 1975, principal aims of the Trust include raising public awareness of coastal ecology and advocacy for shorebirds and their habitats. Description of the centre The Miranda Shorebird Centre is…

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Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 8th March 2018

A Star Wetland Centre! Recognised in 2022 as a Star Wetland Visitor Centre. Find out more. About Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia Funding support HWCA raises all funds for its operations through visitor fees, events, sponsorship arrangements and grants. Number of staff At this time HWCA is almost entriely run by Volunteers. Leadership is provided by…

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