In 1770, James Cook landed in Botany Bay on board the Endeavour. Directly ashore were the Aboriginal people of the Eora Nation. This Stage 2 (Years 3-4) history excursion will explore the first contact between Aboriginal clans and white settlers.
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This Stage 2 excursion at Wattamolla, Royal National Park, is a fun and engaging learning experience for students. It aligns with the earth's environment content of the Geography K-10 Syllabus.
Senior biology students will hone their skills on this Stage 6 (Years 11-12) fieldwork study in Royal National Park. This biology excursion is designed to support Module 3 (adaptations) and Module 4 (population dynamics) of the syllabus.
This Stage 1 excursion in Royal National Park, southern Sydney, gives students first-hand experience exploring the living world. It aligns with the Science and Technology K-6 Syllabus.
Step through the sands of time on this fascinating Stage 3 (Years 5-6) history excursion at Jibbon Beach. Our Aboriginal guide will share stories of the Dharawal People, the traditional custodians of this place.
Explore Jibbon Beach and rock engravings on the headland with an Aboriginal Discovery ranger during this school excursion for Stage 4 (Years 7-8) students with a focus on history as a KLA. Understand something of the culture of the Dharawal People and how people lived here before British colonisation.
In 1770, James Cook and his crew aboard the Endeavour were bound for Botany Bay. Their 8-day stay would have a dramatic impact on the future of Australia. This Stage 2 (Years 3-4) history excursion explores the first British landing on Australian soil.
Join us on a journey through Dharawal Country in this Stage 2 (Years 3-4) history excursion in Royal National Park. Our Aboriginal guide will share stories of traditional life on this Country, including those etched in rock at Jibbon headland.
Senior students will hone their fieldwork skills in this Stage 6 (Years 11-12) geography excursion at Towra Point Nature Reserve. This Ramsar-listed wetland is the largest and most botanically diverse estuarine wetland remaining in the Sydney region.
The past is brought to life in this Stage 1 (Years 1-2) history excursion at Jibbon Beach. Join your Aboriginal guide to explore ancient rock engravings. Hear stories from the past and learn why this was such a spiritual place for the Dharawal People.