Join cricketing legend and keen fisherman Merv Hughes at a FREE community and family event in Koondrook to celebrate World Fish Migration Day 2018.
Meet Merv and hear from fish expert Ivor Stuart and the North Central CMA about the Native Fish Recovery Plan. All welcome - there will be something for everyone.
9:00am: fishing competition hosted by Barham Angling Club
12 noon – 4:30pm: free sausage sizzle, kids colouring competition, Waterwatch activities and native fish displays at Apex Park, Koondrook.
Contact North Central CMA:
Registrations close 5pm Wednesday 14 April.
This event is funded through the Victorian Government’s $222 million investment in waterway and catchment health, and supports Water for Victoria Actions 3.4 Provide long-term investment to improve waterway health and 3.8 Support Community Partnerships and Citizen Science.
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