Go on a treasure hunt to learn about some of our unique plants and animals. For Pre Primary to Year 2.
Uncover the mysteries of the south west jarrah forest. Once your students have been Busy in the forest, graduate them to this investigative program. For Years 2 - 4.
Students explore, collect, and examine invertebrates in their natural habitat. For Years 3-6. (Available as a 2 hour option for secondary groups)
Fire has been a natural process that has shaped ecosystems for millions of years. In Australia lightning started fires long before people came along and later, Aboriginal people regularly used fire to maintain country. For Years 4-6.
How is science monitoring our native animals? Can we bring them ‘back from the brink’ of extinction? For Years 4-6.
Our forests provide us with essential resources such as timber and clean water. Students get to know the forest up - close; not only for its tremendous trees, but a whole host of other amazing organisms. For Years 3-6.
This excursion enables students to investigate a range of fire-related topics. For Years 7-10.
On this excursion students will explore through hands on activities and field visits the biodiversity of our forests, forest relationships and how humans are impacting and managing the forests. For Years 7-10.
This excursion enables students to undertake a range of field tasks to assess the health of our waterways and the living and non-living components of these ecosystems. For Years 4 - 12.
Get involved in this great citizen science project by taking part in a hands-on trapping session and contribute to the Western Shield research. For Years 5 - 12 and Bush Rangers
Experience the forest after dark. For Pre Primary to Year 6 and Secondary Year 7 to 12
Take a forest walk to discover many uses of plants and animals and learn about Noongar language and culture through traditional activities. For Years 1-10.
Gain insight into principles and practices of sustainable forest management. Engage in field techniques used by forest managers to determine sustainable timber harvests while maintaining and enhancing biodiversity. For Years 11 and 12.
Managing fire in a fire-prone environment. Engage in geographic fieldwork to examine the impacts of bushfire on the ecosystem and community. For Years 11 and 12
Managing fire in a fire-prone environment. Engage in biological fieldwork to examine the impacts of bushfire on the ecosystem and community. For Years 11 and 12
Western Shield is one of Australia's biggest wildlife conservation programs. Discover techniques to monitor native fauna populations and gain an understanding of analysing population data. For Years 11 and 12.
A hands-on study of local flora Students will develop field work skills and an understanding of our unique flora, how it has adapted to our abiotic conditions, and some of the threats to its future. For Years 11 and 12.
Discover threats to our unique tuart woodlands and the history of Wonnerup with Nearer to Nature and the National Trust. For Years 10 - 12.
Students learn about how fire is managed in western Australia to keep ourselves and our communities safe while protecting biodiversity. . For Years 5 to 9.
Students are introduced to the Western Shield program and will explore the features of our native fauna and examine why they are under threat. For Years 4 - 12.
The numbat is Western Australia's fauna emblem. Learn about the life of these fascinating little critters and see how well you would survive on a diet of termites! . For Years PP-2.
Students find out about all the jobs invertebrates to for our environment, then explore, collect, and examine invertebrates in an area around the school grounds. For Year 3.
Our mobile education centre is available for bookings for schools and community events. Suitable for all ages.
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