The NAIDOC 2022 theme calls on all of us to make a genuine commitment to Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! and support and secure institutional, structural, collaborative, and cooperative reforms Whether it’s seeking proper environmental, cultural and heritage protections, Constitutional change, a comprehensive process of truth-telling, working towards treaties, or calling out racism – […]
Promoting community awareness and adaptation to climate change challenges. The Yea Wetlands Discovery Centre and 2030Yea were proud to present a series of three public information sessions promoting community awareness and adaptation to climate change challenges. To view the recordings of the sessions click the links below.
School holiday fun at the Yea Wetlands Discovery Centre Wednesday 20 April, 10am – 11.30am Bring the kids along to the Yea Wetlands Discovery Centre for fun and educational school holiday activities. Bookings essential and places are limited. Session runs from 10:00am to 11:30am. Please call 5797 2663 or drop in to the Centre. $4.00 […]
An exciting new development at the Yea Wetlands Discovery Centre is the recent installation of the Gurrong dharrang, Scarred Tree, artwork by Taungurung artist Sammy Trist. Located at the entrance to the Centre, the sculpture of a Eucalyptus tree features Indigenous line art and the Taungurung totems, Bundjil the wedge-tailed Eagle and Waang the Crow. […]
We have a great range of Christmas gifts available in the Centre including locally made art, jewellery and produce. Pop in and check out what’s on offer!
We are excited to announce our change of name from the Y Water Discovery Centre to the Yea Wetlands Discovery Centre! We’ve got some fabulous new signage up on the building and this great new website to help us let you know what’s on offer in the Centre and out in the Wetlands. Don’t forget […]