The Young Naturalists is a nature club for young people who have an interest in wildlife, plants, nature and natural history and would like to learn more about the natural world from experts and by first-hand experience.
It is part of the WA Naturalists’ Club, which was established in 1924 to encourage the study and protection of the natural environment. Membership gives you a monthly newsletter and a scientific journal as well as the opportunity to attend meetings and excursions.
The organisers are Steve Page, Laurton McGurk & Roz Hart, who you can contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or via the Club by phone on 9228 2495.
Events and activities
We’re working on an exciting and educational program of events and activities for 2019 – take a look at the proposed list here (and the Events calendar will have the final details for all our events).
Subscribe for updates
Subscribe to our monthly email update and we’ll send you a reminder of excursions and give any further details you’ll need to know. Usually you will be asked to email your intention of attending so that approximate numbers can be estimated. You will be informed of any changes.
Not yet a member of the Club?
Non-members are very welcome to attend one or two Young Naturalists events before deciding whether to become Club members, but we ask you inform us before the event to ensure places are available for members. When you’re ready, you can join online.
Why join the Club?
Some of our activities, particularly the overnight camps, are for members only. But there are lots of other reasons for becoming a member of the WA Naturalist’s Club – here’s ten good reasons to become a member …