List of World Wetlands Day 2014 events

Australian Capital Territory

Join the Friends of Jerrabomberra Wetlands walk-and-talk on flora at the wetlands to celebrate World Wetlands Day.
Bird watching, dip netting, nursery tour, buffet breakfast.
The South Coast Wetland Carers Network is teaming up with the Illawarra Birders Club to participate in the Lake Illawarra wader bird survey on World Wetland Day.
If you are interested in increasing the productivity of your land by creating healthy wetlands, WetlandCare Australia would like to hear from you.
Meet at the end of Church St, Pitt Town for the opening of the new bird hide and to celebrate the completion of a project to restore habitat for migratory wader birds.
Celebrate World Wetlands Day and the official launch of the Newcastle Riparian-Ramsar Connections project.
Whites Creek Wetlands was built in 2002 and is one of the oldest urban constructed wetlands in Sydney.

Northern Territory

Learn about your wetland backyard (talks and displays), Wetland bush food display and free brunch BBQ.

Queensland

Come down anytime during the morning to find out about the wildlife of Waterhen Lake and help improve their habitat at the same time.
Visit FLOW Visitors Centre, Rockhampton - Fun, Free, Interactive
By volunteering with Elanora Wetlands Bushcare Group you can help protect, maintain and enhance our natural areas and make a difference to your local natural environment by helping plant trees and undertake environmental weed control.
This event will showcase the Great Sandy Strait (GSS) Ramsar Site.
Come and view the prize winning shots in the 2014 WetlandCare Australia Photography Prize.
An interactive presentation where visitors learn about the incredible life of migratory shorebirds and their epic cross-continental migration. (Afternoon session)
An interactive presentation where visitors learn about the incredible life of migratory shorebirds and their epic cross-continental migration. (Morning session)
Join a free volunteer guided walk at Boondall Wetlands

South Australia

This unique property is the last farming property on the River Murray – where the river meets the sea.

Tasmania

Fun activities for the whole family to join.

Victoria

The North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA) invites you to celebrate World Wetlands Day.
See how the wetland surrounds have been transformed from natural to rural then urban landscapes with local historic photos, and explore the remnants of the Carrum Carrum Swamp through guided walking tours.
The Western Treatment Plant is an internationally recognised haven for birdlife and home to many native animal and plant species.
The North Central Catchment Management Authority (CMA) invites you to attend a bus tour and discover how to integrate wetland conservation with agriculture.

Western Australia

The primary objective of the Conference is to provide an annual opportunity for the exchange of information and ideas between wetland practitioners with a focus on the latest developments about how to effectively manage and restore wetlands.