Geography of Homestead Bend in Kinchega National Park is a school excursion for Stage 4 (Years 7-8) students focusing on geography. Learn how the Homestead Billabong was formed and how the environment changes as it leaves the Darling River.
Outback NSW school excursions
Reimagine learning experiences for your students with a structured excursion in one of 9 spectacular national parks. An expert NSW National Parks guide can help you plan hands-on, syllabus-aligned lessons in these vibrant, expansive spaces.
Drawing on extensive knowledge of Country, Aboriginal rangers navigate ancient lake beds and archaeological sites to interpret the land. Other highlights include pastoral heritage remnants at the homestead ruins in Kinchega National Park and tours of Kinchega Woolshed.
Old Kinchega Homestead tour is a Stage 2 (Years 3-4) school excursion in Kinchega National Park, focusing on HSIE. Take a walk around the Old Kinchega Homestead ruins with a NSW National Parks ranger, and learn about life on the land for Aboriginal people and life on a pastoral station during the pioneer days.
Ranger talk at Kinchega is a Stage 2 (Years 3-4) school excursion in Kinchega National Park, focusing on HSIE. Come and visit a NSW National Parks ranger and learn about their job while sitting in the natural environment - or have a ranger visit you in your own classroom.
On this school excursion in Kinchega National Park, Stage 2 (Years 3-4) students will learn about Kinchega's vast pastoral history and woolshed operations while taking a guided tour of the historic Kinchega Woolshed.
This is a program of fun games and activities we can play together in Kinchega National Park or Discovery rangers can visit your school. Designed for Stage 2 (Years 3-4) students with a focus on HSIE, choose some of these games: the Aboriginal site game, tracks and traces, Barkindji bush foods or the threatened species game.
Join a ranger in sampling abiotic factors and use these to assess the abundance and distribution of plants and animals on the floodplain sand dune interface, as part of the Preliminary Biology or Senior Science field studies.