Liverpool children will be able to get up close and personal with some scaly and slithery creatures in a free workshop at Liverpool Library on April 17.
Croc Encounters is aimed at children aged five and up and will introduce them to baby crocodiles, snakes and lizards.
The workshops will go from 10am-11am, 11.30am-12.30pm, 1pm-2pm and 3pm-4pm.
The workshops are held in conjunction with the SuperCroc exhibition on display at Liverpool Library from April 12 until July 27.
Bookings are essential: 9821 9222.
In other news:
More station parking
More than 50 rail staff car spaces will be handed over to commuters at Liverpool station as part of a statewide program.
The Customer First initiative will free up more than 370 staff car spaces to customers, including 56 at Liverpool.
Menai MP Melanie Gibbons said some parking spaces would be retained for operational purposes, but the NSW government was determined to return the majority of parking paces reserved for staff back to customers across the network.
New brand for the city
Liverpool Council is working with a marketing agency to develop a new brand for the city.
A council spokeswoman said the council was "embarking on a number of strategies to transform Liverpool into a destination of choice to live, work and do business — and to attract local jobs for local people".
"The council is working with marketing agency principals to develop the new city strategy and to build a consistent and compelling new identity," she said.
She said the council would involve the community and business people throughout the re-branding process.
Liverpool Mayor Ned Mannoun said a successful city identity had to belong to everyone.