NPAQ Kids in NP Rock & Fossil Hunt

Embark on a journey through time with the NPAQ’s ‘Rock and Fossil Hunt’ Kids in National Parks program! Young explorers are invited to become palaeontologists for a day, discovering the secrets hidden in Queensland’s ancient landscapes.

Through guided adventures, hands-on exploration, and thrilling discoveries, children will unearth the mysteries of rocks and fossils that tell the tales of our planet’s rich history. This interactive initiative not only sparks curiosity about geology but also instills a deeper understanding of the natural world.

Join us on a fossil-filled adventure, where every child becomes a rock-hunting expert in the heart of Queensland’s national parks!

Where: Denmark Hill Conservation Reserve

When: May 4th 2024 at 10am *This event has been rescheduled due to potentially dangerous and wet weather on April 6th.*

*This activity is recommended for children over 6 years. All children must be supervised by a guardian over 18 at all times.

Registration is essential and places are limited!

With acknowledgement to elders past, present and emerging on the land we will be gathering