Visitor season at Naree

on 26 May 2015 
Fencing contactors Stuart and Peter at work on the boundary fence.
New PhD student Dana with Sue exploring Yantabulla Station.
Brett Peden with volunteers Kyle and Rod.

Autumn through to spring is the peak period for visitors to Naree, with cooler weather allowing many activities not possible during the searing summer months.

This year has been no exception, with more than 130 visitor nights logged between mid-March and the end of May. Looking over our calendar, another 150 visitor nights are already planned for June and July, and a similar number for the August-September period.

Our visitors are coming to work and support us here at Naree – and include staff, volunteers of many kinds, scientific researchers, traditional owners, Bush Heritage supporters and contractors.

Thanks to all for your company and hard work!

Fencing contactors Stuart and Peter at work on the boundary fence.
New PhD student Dana with Sue exploring Yantabulla Station.
Brett Peden with volunteers Kyle and Rod.