In this Stage 4 geography program students explore the Warrumbungle National Park’s Grand High Tops or Split Rock landscapes and landforms over one or two days.
They explain the processes that created this unique landscape and they describe the value of the WNP to different people. Students examine issues of landscape degradation and ways to manage and protect landscapes and landforms. Students also investigate a natural hazard associated with the WNP and people’s responses to that hazard.
We acknowledge and respect the Gamilaroi people, the traditional owners and custodians of this region.
We honour their cultural, spiritual, and emotional connection to this land.
We also acknowledge the other Indigenous nations and people whose traditional home this land is.
Copyright for this website is owned by the State of New South Wales through the Department of Education. For more information go to http://www.dec.nsw.gov.au/footer/copyright.