- Dauer: 4 Stunden (ca.)
Years 11 and 12
An approach to land cover change and biodiversity
Our native forests are important for timber production, water catchments, recreation and other uses.
They are also critical to the biodiversity of the South West. After nearly 200 years of harvesting the regrowth forest of today is very different to the original forest. Find out how modern forest management can allow us to sustainably meet our timber needs whilst ensuring that forests can still support biodiversity and many other values. Engage in field techniques employed by forest managers to determine sustainable timber harvests and treatment of stands to maximise production while maintaining or enhancing biodiversity.
Geography ATAR Units 2 and 3, General Units 1 and 4; Earth and Environmental Science ATAR Unit 3; Integrated Science ATAR Unit 2
COST: $14.00 per student
Excursion runs from 10am to 2pm including breaks for morning tea and lunch. Groups arrive at 10 am then have 15-20 minutes for morning tea, activities commence after morning tea. Finish times can be adjusted to your needs.
- Wellington Discovery Forest, near Bunbury
- RAC Margaret River Nature Park
- Maximum students per group is 30. Multiple groups can be accommodated.
- Our booking officer will get back to you via email to confirm your excursion within 7 working days.