Stage 4 Year 7-8

Geography Excursions

Landscape & Landforms Royal National Park
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$19.50

On this breathtaking scenic adventure, students stroll along a coastal track in Sydney’s beautiful Royal National Park and discover a range of natural environments along the Eastern coast of Australia. As they embark on a flat and easy walk to the iconic Wedding Cake Rock, students locate and assess the various features and characteristics of natural landscapes and examine how such landforms were formed over time.

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Landscapes & Landforms Watsons Bay
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$19.50

On this awe-inspiring scenic adventure, students walk from the iconic ‘Gap Lookout’ north on the ‘Gap Bluff’ nature trail then head south along the awe-inspiring ‘Federation Cliff Walk’. Soaking up the entire exquisite Sydney Harbour coastal landscape, students discover a range of natural environments as they embark on this short, 400 metre walk surrounded by scenic natural beauty. Students observe and assess the various features and characteristics of natural landscapes and examine a variety of landforms.

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Place & Liveability Bundeena
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$19.50

On this unique case study excursion, students have the rare opportunity to explore the isolated town of Bundeena. With one road in and out and only a handful of essential shops and facilities, this secluded coastal town is a rare, close knit community with an abundance of natural beauty. Surrounded by pristine bushland and miles away from any major metropolitan city, this perfect paradise is an ideal case study for your students to explore ‘Place and Liveability’.

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Water in the world the rocks
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$19.50

Immerse your students in an exciting day around Sydney’s stunning harbour as they discover the environmental and sociological impacts of the city’s waterways and water resources. Students will be presented with a unique perspective on the geographical and historical importance of the choice of Sydney Cove as the location for Australia’s first penal settlement, and learn how water resources have been managed in Sydney by Aboriginal inhabitants, convict settlers and contemporary governments.

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$19.50

Join our enthusiastic and knowledgeable Rangers for an engaging and interactive day in the Illawarra, exploring various different ways in which water is used, and the value it offers to the local community.Start the day at Woronora Dam, one of the most historic dams in NSW. Located near the Royal National Park, the dam has been supplying water to the Illawarra and Sutherland Shire since 1941.

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