From recycled art-making to seahorse stories, kids join Earth Day fun

Jessica Belzycki
Updated April 23 2024 - 3:41pm, first published April 22 2024 - 3:02pm
City of Newcastle's director museum archive libraries and learning, Julie Baird, artist Ken O'Regan and Councillor Carol Duncan with Ken's work Fractured Sanctuary as part of Earth Day at Newcastle Museum. Picture supplied.
City of Newcastle's director museum archive libraries and learning, Julie Baird, artist Ken O'Regan and Councillor Carol Duncan with Ken's work Fractured Sanctuary as part of Earth Day at Newcastle Museum. Picture supplied.

Newcastle children proved there was no age limit to saving the planet on Earth Day 2024.

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Jessica Belzycki

Journalist at the Newcastle Herald.

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