You are invited to Sawfish Stories – An interactive evening featuring the Fitzroy River.

Sawfish have lived since the time of the dinosaurs, but now face extinction. The Fitzroy River is the world’s last stronghold for the Freshwater Sawfish. Come and hear the amazing survival story of the sawfish of the Fitzroy, the threats they face, and the chance we now have to protect the river before it is too late.

We will hear from several guest speakers, including scientists from Murdoch University discussing their world-first research of sawfish in the Fitzroy River. You will also gain a fascinating insight into one of Western Australia’s most iconic rivers.

Find out more about the exciting opportunity to create long-term protection for the Fitzroy River catchment!

  • Join us Thursday 7 June 5:45pm for 6pm start
  • Centrally located at the State Library Theatre, 25 Francis St, Perth
  • Featuring saw displays, beautiful footage of the Fitzroy River, new research discoveries and more!
  • Children are welcome, we will have arts and craft for entertainment
  • Light refreshments will be served
  • Please reserve your FREE ticket today

Brought to you by the Freshwater Fish Group & Fish Health Unit, the Kimberley Like Nowhere Else, Environs Kimberley, and the Conservation Council of Western Australia


07.06.2018 at 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM


State Library Theatre
25 Francis St
Perth, WA 6000
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Monique Barker

0405 751 988

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