Nature is important for many reasons, both to people and to wildlife. The Habitat Tree is a beautiful Grey Gum, the oldest tree at Brewongle. Students explore the features of places around the Habitat Tree and the connections between the tree and its surrounds. They use Geographical Tools to understand the impact that seasons and people have on the natural environment around the Habitat Tree.
Explore our forest, ponds, soil and birdlife to discover the whereabouts of our ‘lost’ lizards. Students will use equipment including binoculars, dip nets and microscopes to find reptile habitat clues and solve the mystery. One of our most popular day trips.
Fancy taking your students back in time? This excursion is an exploration of schooling and life in the 1800’s. Come dressed for the occasion in period costume! Experience our 1878 Classroom, stories and games from the past.
Students explore their local area to learn about Living Things, and Natural and Built Environments.
For pre- and post-visit activities and lessons, visit the excursion webpage.