Nature Passport

passport-childThe Muddy Boots and Sandy Hands Nature passports are a great way of encouraging your kids to get outdoors and explore nature. They include some ideas for locations in the Geelong region and also have some blank pages so that you can add your own favourite locations.


The children can pick up their passports at their first Muddy Boots and Sandy Hands activity, then complete their first page by writing about their day, drawing a picture, or sticky-taping in a photo.

When they come to the next MBSH activity we'll check out the passport and stamp it.

Four Muddy Boots and Sandy Hands stamps means a free kids bucket hat!

Upcoming Activities


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Bucket & Spade List

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