Wild world of whales
Stage 3 (Years 5-6), HSIE, Awabakal Nature Reserve
Info for teachers
Everything you need to know about Wild world of whales.
- Welcome, introductions, safety briefing and acknowledgement
- Bush food walk -open forests from Ocean St
- Morning tea
- Bush food walk -coastal heathlands
- Whale watching and discussion
- Return to Ocean Street
- Conclusion and farewell
What to bring
Please wear fully enclosed shoes and bring a hat, sunscreen, wet weather gear, and lunch which should be low waste with a refillable water bottle. Students should bring gear in a backpack or similar (not plastic bags).
Getting there and parking
Students may meet the Discovery ranger and access the toilets at the Awabakal Environmental Education Centre (EEC), 51 Boundary Rd, Dudley prior to beginning the tour at the end of Ocean Street cul-de-sac, Dudley. Students need to be collected at the end of Ocean Street cul-de-sac, Dudley at the end of the tour.
Maps and downloads
Risk assessment and risk benefits
Our rangers and guides have the technical skill and experience to assess the risks and the benefits of a variety of activities delivered as part of our learning programs.
We believe in including opportunities that allow students to learn and experience for themselves through exploration in the natural environment.
Please make your own risk assessment based on the information provided. Detailed potential risks and controls are provided for the site to assist teachers in risk management planning. Teachers and carers should be aware of, and consider the needs, abilities and medical conditions of students when visiting this site. The supervision of students remains the responsibility of the teacher. The school must ensure an adequate number of adult supervisors are present.
Disability access level - hard
There is no wheelchair access. Please let us know in advance if you are bringing someone with special needs so that we can plan accordingly.
- in Awabakal Nature Reserve in the North Coast region