Junior Rangers

The Junior Ranger program is a fun way for kids to interact with local flora and fauna in parks across Moonee Valley.

What do Junior Rangers do?

Junior Rangers use their kits to explore and discover plants and animals.

Print your own guide and map at home before embarking on your outdoor adventure. If you have binoculars or a magnifying glass you can even build your own kit.

Or borrow a full Junior Ranger kit to explore and discover using the guide, map, binoculars, and magnifying glass included and receive a sticker for all your hard work.

Borrowing a Junior Ranger Kit

Queens Park, Moonee Ponds

Print your own:

Or borrow a full Junior Rangers kit from:
Sam Merrifield Library, 762 Mt Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds.

To borrow a kit just drop in on the day. School classes and large groups should contact 8325 1950 to book in advance.

Junior Rangers will discover ducks, water hens, cockatoos and even rainbow lorikeets, along with native plants such as the banksia and various eucalyptus species.

Junior Rangers also help to spread the words of a clever little fellow called Zac: ‘To save the ducks, don’t feed them’. Find out why this is important for the health of our birdlife by watching this 1 minute animation.

For more information, contact our Conservation Programs Officer on 9243 8888 or environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au.

Last updated: Monday, 2 September 2019, 5:44 AM