Living country, living culture is a Stage 2 (Years 3-4) school excursion in Blue Mountains National Park, focusing on HSIE. Understand and appreciate traditional and contemporary Aboriginal culture with Aboriginal Discovery rangers.
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On this Stage 2 (Years 3-4) school excursion focused on HSIE in Blue Mountains National Park, we'll explore Wentworth Falls Undercliff walking track on a guided Discovery tour. Learn about the plants and animals that live here, the roles of national park workers and the rules that help protect this World Heritage Area.
Crossing the Blue Mountains is a Stage 2 (Years 3-4) school excursion focusing on HSIE. Students will be immersed in Australian colonial history with stories of the early explorers and the physical evidence of Cox's Road, on this historically significant Blue Mountains walk.
Descend into the Grand Canyon in Blue Mountains National Park on this school excursion for Stage 5 (Years 9-10) students focusing on geography. Grand Canyon is one of the most spectacular walking tracks in NSW.
Mountain landscapes is a school excursion for Stage 4 (Years 7-8) students in Blue Mountains National Park which focuses on science. Explore the famous escarpments of Katoomba on a guided tour through a variety of ecosystems and landforms.
The National Pass challenge is a Stage 4 (Years 7-8) school excursion in Blue Mountains National Park focusing on geography. Enhance and develop outdoor safety and bushwalking skills on the National Pass, a unique and spectacular Heritage bushwalking track carved along the claystone layers of the southern escarpment at Wentworth Falls.
On this Stage 3 (Years 5-6) HSIE school excursion in Blue Mountains National Park, join a Discovery ranger-guided tour down the cliffs into the lush temperate rainforest of Katoomba. As we explore the park, we'll answer the following questions: What is the recipe for a rainforest? Whose habitat is this?
Aboriginal culture expanding contacts Bradleys Head is a Stage 4 (Years 7-8) school excursion in Sydney Harbour National Park which focuses on history as a KLA. Embark on a learning journey of Aboriginal culture from pre-colonisation to now.
Blue Mountains National Park part of a World Heritage site, is a school excursion for Stage 5 (Years 9-10) students with a focus on science. The Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area is Australia's 14th World Heritage Site and comprises 1 million hectares of protected bushland on Sydney's doorstep.
Convict footprints in the Australian colony is a unique school excursion in Dharug National Park for Stage 3 (Years 5-6) students with a focus on HSIE. You'll join an immersive play staged on the World Heritage-listed Old Great North Road at Wisemans Ferry.