Warrumbungle National Park Environmental Education Centre

Telephone02 6825 4302

Emailwarrumbung-e.school@det.nsw.edu.au

What's at our centre

Upcoming events

Monday

06

April

InAWE Art Camp

Date

06-07 April

Time

10:00 AM-4:00 PM

Location
WNPEEC

This Art Camp has been postponed until further notice. A camp for Year 11 students to assist with their art making and practice for the HSC.

Wednesday

06

May

Young Leaders of the West 2020

Date

06-08 May

Time

12:30-12:30 PM

Location
WNPEEC

The 2020 Young Leaders Program will involve selected Stage 3 student leaders in a Sustainability Action Plan that not only develops their self confidence but also enhances the student voice by building on connections within the school and other student school leaders. The students' will complete a water and energy initiative that will contribute to their School Environmental Management Plan informing Principals of strategies in which to improve and enhance their school environment. Young Leaders of the West 2020 program schedule Testimonials: YLOW was an amazing opportunity for our small school to send our school leaders off to a safe, encouraging and educational camp . Each student left this camp as greater leaders, better mates and a belief in how they can change their world. I look forward to attending this camp in 2020 with my new school leaders.  Amy Spora Gilgandra Public School Enngonia Public School has been attending the Warrumbungle's Young Leaders Camp since their inception. We have found that the camp is a wonderful opportunity for our students to work with similar aged peers, develop leadership skills, overcome challenges, and expand their knowledge of the environment. The staff of the Warrumbungle's EEC are wonderful and provided the students with an engaging program, that is reviewed each year for improvements. Enngonia Public School is proud to be apart of this learning program.  Melissa Harrison Enngonia Public School

Wednesday

21

October

Sister Walk Strong

Date

21-23 October

Time

10:00 AM-2:05 PM

Location
WNPEEC

Female students come to the Warrumbungle National Park to connect with Country and their local culture.  Mixing with wonderful and talented Gomeroi women and elders the girls are immersed in nature and indigenous culture. The camp will focus on positive and respectful relationships and promote student wellbeing. There will be walks through the Warrumbungles to places special to women and workshops which include weaving, kangaroo skin bracelets, jewellery made from nature and dhinawan feather hair pieces. Program outline and itinerary  

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