Warrumbungle National Park Environmental Education Centre

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Landforms and landscapes

In this Stage 4 geography program students explore the Warrumbungle National Park’s Grand High Tops, Split Rock or Gould's Circuit 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.

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Risk Assessment

Important:  All visitors and students must wear clothing suitable for variable conditions outdoors. Hats and sturdy closed shoes are essential. Students must bring 2 litres of water and are encouraged to bring a low waste recess and lunch in a lightweight backpack. 

Please inform us if the fitness level/medical conditions of the accompanying staff/adults is likely to be of concern to themselves and WNPEEC staff.  Please get in touch if you wish to discuss this further.

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