Cooper Creek, Australia’s mystery river with Bob Tooth
25 September @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm$5
Cooper Creek has many moods. In the wet when the monsoon brings heavy rains the Cooper is wall of
water up to 70 kilometres wide flowing inland to fill Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre. In dry times it’s a series of
waterholes with barely a trickle of water evaporating long before it gets to the lake. Sometimes it dries up
Understanding Cooper Creek is the topic of the forum on September 25. Guest speaker Bob Tooth is an inland waterway enthusiast who will share his knowledge of the geomorphology and hydrology of this dryland river as it travels from north Queensland to Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre. This talk will cover the passage of the 2019 Cooper Creek floods.
Come along to the forum or request a video link to hear about this talk.
Register to attend
The forum will be live at the Environment Centre for limited numbers owing to COVID restrictions, starting at 10.30am. To come to the event, it is essential to pre- register. Remember numbers are limited, so please register as soon as you can and then cancel if you are unable to attend. This is important so someone else can take your place. If you are having problems, call 0405 360 549 for help.
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