Project Numbat's First Art Exhibition is Finished!

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Well that was a whirlwind of a month! The artworks have been taken off the wall and packaged up to be sent to their new homes. 

Thank you so much to everyone who helped out, all of the amazing artists, everyone who came to check out the exhibition and Little Creatures for a brilliant space. I think the whole event really amazed us with how well received it was and the huge turn out on the opening night. Most of the art works have been sold, there are a few that are still available, so if you feel you missed out on a piece you had your eye on, please contact us. 

Once again, thank you to everyone, hopefully now everyone can tell their Numbats from their Wombats!

Art Exhibition - We are open for business

Project Numbat's first ever art exhibition "A Numbat is not a wombat" officially opened last night, and wow! what a turn out. Thank You to everyone who came down to say hello to us and buy some art. The artworks are on display for a month in the gallery space upstairs at Little Creatures Fremantle, so if you didn't get a chance to stop by last night then make sure to check it out.

All of the artworks are for sale and can be purchase through the "art exhibition" tab of this website. 

Project Numbat's first Art Exhibition

Project Numbat is pleased to announce our first ever art exhibition! Opening night is January 8th and there are lots of fun things happening such as a raffle and appearances by Narla (our giant furry Numbat friend). If you can't make opening night, never fear; the exhibition runs for a month, All art works are for sale and proceeds go to helping Project Numbat continue their good work for the Numbats!

The coolest new accessory- Numbat radio collars

Wild or captive born Numbats are fitted with radio collars each year by the Department of Parks and Wildlife to track their movements, gain important information on their dispersal in their habitat and their survival.

In November and December 2014, DEC will be fitting a number of Numbats with radio-collars. The Numbats will either by wild caught or bred at Perth Zoo for release.

We are giving you the opportunity to be a part of this important work by contributing to the cost of the radio-collars. Each collar costs $250 and for your contribution you will receive a certificate with:

• a photo of the collared Numbat

• its name

• date of birth (if known)

• sex

• weight

• location

 

Welcome to the new Project Numbat website!

Its so exciting! We decided to start 2014 with a new look, welcome to the new home of Project Numbat. Although we look different we are still doing the same great things to help Numbats. Get involved and join us. Keep checking in, there are lots of new and exciting things coming up for Project Numbat, including new items in the shop, fun kids activities and events.

Please bare with us through any initial teething problems we may have with the site, and let us know if something isn't working for you