Above Image: T.Porter Office of Environment and Heritage.
Tile Image: West Head/ I. Brown NSW Office of Environment and Heritage.

Come and experience Ku-ring-gai National Park, the second oldest national park in Australia. Be led by the park’s Aboriginal Ranger to visit some of the best Aboriginal engraving sites in Sydney, enjoy lunch in the bush and learn about the management of the park and the work being done by local staff and volunteers.

Learning opportunities:

  • Experience Ku-ring-gai National Park, the second oldest national park in Australia with an indigenous history stretching back to the dreamtime.
  • Experience unique biodiversity, cultural heritage, see the link between healthy ecosystems and healthy people. Opportunity for interaction with some of the Indigenous community and volunteers personnel of Ku-Ring-Gai National Park.
  • See the effect of fire, both wildfire and controlled burning, has had on the environment.
  • Learn the value of volunteer groups in interpretation of the environment and see how an Australian model of volunteering works to enable participants to enhance their own work environments.

Location(s)

New South Wales.
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park - West Head.

Dates

20 November (1 Day)

Cost

$75 per person

Field Trip Leader Contact

Name: Tim Porter
Email: tim.porter@environment.nsw.gov.au

Itinerary

To view the itinerary click here.

Want to know more?

Visit the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service website here.

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