Warrumbungle National Park Environmental Education Centre

Connect, respect, change

Telephone02 6825 4302



The BeeAware program identifies, describes and explains the importance of pollinators in our natural, built and agricultural environments. The program offers a hands-on experience into native bees and other pollinators, as well as the agricultural significant european honey bee.

The hands-on part of the program allows students to rob a hive (without the stings) and make a healthy honey smoothy while learning about the complex organisation of the social bee world.

Furthermore, students will use their creative minds to create a “pollinator hotel” out of renewable materials and then find an appropriate location for it within the schools grounds.

Stage 1 and Stage 2 program.  Incursion or Excursion.  2 hour program.

Please call to discuss costing, as it is dependent on a number of factors.

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