Calendar of events
Open Day Archives
Take a Walk
Passive Solar House
No Dig Garden
Dam and Wetlands
Grow Wattles from Seed
Bush Garden Diary
Tom's local bird list
General rules while visiting ErinEarth
Teacher preparation for a visit to ErinEarth
Early Stage 1 Programme
Early Stage 1 Learning activities
Early Stage 1 Pre-visit Activities
Early Stage 1 On-site Activities
Early Stage 1 Follow-up Activities
Stage 1 Programme
Stage 1 Pre-visit Activities
Stage 1 Learning activities
Stage 1 On-site Activities
Stage 1 Follow-up Activities
Stage 2 Programme
Stage 2 Learning activities
Stage 2 Pre-visit activities
Stage 2 On-site activities
Stage 2 Follow-up Activities
Stage 3 Programme
Stage 3 Learning activities
Stage 3 Pre-visit activities
Stage 3 On-site activities
Stage 3 Follow_up activities
Underlying Philosophy of ErinEarth
St Francis in garden
The Presentation Sisters
Places in Wagga Wagga
Tony Ireland Park
Mates Gully TSR
Livingstone National Park
Woomargama National Park
North Berry Jerry Cemetery
Graham Centre Wetland and Native Plant Showcase
Work began to create ErinEarth in 2004. The garden you see has taken only a few years to replace a desolate area with peace and beauty. For more on...
Our volunteers at work
Erinearth maintenance volunteers meet on Thursdays from 9 am. Volunteer teachers meet other days and are developing the curriculum. Here are photos...
Gardens take on a different and beautiful feel during winter. It's worth rugging up and strolling through to enjoy the special feel of a garden in...
Our spring wattles
Many of our wattles flower in late winter and early spring creating a spectacular display. Here are some of them. For more on spring at ErinEarth,...
A Very Hot Summer Day
The garden and energy efficient house at ErinEarth offer a respite from summer's heat. For more on summer at ErinEarth, click here.
After a dry summer, the garden is preparing for cooler and hopefully wetter conditions. A time for us to enjoy the texture of leaves and the blossom...
Henschke kids collected tadpoles in spring 2010 and watched them grow in their classroom. They grew legs and were released into the ErinEarth dam on...
Tom the Tortoise
Tom the Tortoise lived with the family for 6 years. He had grown so much that he was too big for his tank. The family decided that he would be...
We have several nesting boxes for birds, but sometimes there is a surprise inside!
Caterpillars of the Kurrajong leaf-tier moth (Dichocrosis clytusalis) have severely damaged many kurrajongs in Wagga Wagga including ours at...
September 2010 Open Day for Families
Our Open Day in September was for families. Kids looked for small creatures living in our wetland, using nets to scoop them up and then looking for...
Rain in February 2010
Exceptionally heavy rains in early February have transformed ErinEarth, bringing new life.
ErinEarth WYD visitors from Hong Kong
On Friday 11 July a group of World Youth Day attendees from Hong Kong visited ErinEarth.