Interested in a school field trip? Here are a few sites in the Murray region that you can take your students to. Please be mindful to contact us if you are interested in visiting any of these sites.
Wirraminna Environmental Education Centre
Wirraminna occupies four hectares of formerly unused ground around the old government dam, between the school and the recreation ground in Burrumbuttock, 30 km north of Albury. This public park and can be visited any day of the year. Access to our Discovery and Learning Centre is by appointment.
The Barmah-Millewa Forest icon site is the largest river red gum forest in Australia. It covers 66,000 ha of wetlands, which is home to many threatened native plants and animals. In NSW, the Barmah-Millewa Forest is located within the Murray Valley National Park.
Located on the north west edge of Albury, the Wonga Wetlands is a haven for wildlife and a mecca for birdwatchers, photographers, bushwalkers and families. This site is home to a Wiradjuri Cultural and Education Centre as well as the Aquatic Environment Education Centre.
Savernake Station is a historic pastoral property 20 minutes north of Lake Mulwala, on the Murray River at Yarrawonga. Established by the Sloane family in 1862, Alexander & Ann Sloane have drawn upon the extensive archival, natural and historic assets of their family property to offer tours, self-contained accommodation, audio-visual products and books.
For more places to go and excursion support resources please CONTACT US