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Experience Aboriginal Culture with the WilderQuest Campfire

The WilderQuest program is now even more exciting with the ground-breaking, new WilderQuest Campfire Introduced to celebrate Aboriginal people, language, culture and connection to nature, the Campfire includes videos, games and interactive tasks. Learn to make a ground oven, find some bush tucker, or discover which plants have cultural uses with Aboriginal Discovery rangers in national parks.

WilderQuest is a fun and innovative children's program designed to inspire love and care for nature. Its aim is to motivate and encourage children to learn about and experience the natural world, using a combination of digital and real-life encounters.

Stay up-to-date with all of the great things happening at WilderQuest with our Facebook page and share your adventures. We'll be posting game updates, fun tours for kids and lots of quirky wildlife facts that are sure to impress your friends and family.

For more information contact the WilderQuest team

WilderQuest website

WilderQuest website

Discovery activities

Mogareeka Inlet Tathra, Photo: Luke Brown

WilderQuest iPad app

WilderQuest iPad app

WilderQuest for teachers

Discovery Tour, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Nick Cubbin

Designed for five to 12-year-olds, the WilderQuest website is the place for children to explore, play and learn – guided by ranger Sam and his gang of friendly and cheeky Australian animals.

During the school holidays, the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service runs a great program of events. Take the whole family to a WilderQuest Discovery activity in your region.

WilderQuest - Nature Discovery is an award winning app that lets you explore virtual ecosystems and immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of our natural landscapes.

The WilderQuest Learning program provides teachers with a valuable classroom resource to explore rich, authentic Australian environments with their students.

 
 
Sea Acres National Park. Photo: Amy Wardrop