Gear up for a fun-filled day in the Royal National Park. This excursion explores the differences between two environments/places – 1. Coastal Environment and 2. Rainforest Environment.
Throughout the day we explore and investigate the features and characteristics of both places. We focus on the importance these places have to humans, human influences, management practices (modern day and Aboriginal management such as bush fires) etc.
We record the temperature, humidity and identify what this means for the environment. The entire day is SUPER fun, engaging and energetic.
Starting at Garie Beach in the Royal National Park, we explore the coastal environment. We use an array of taxidermy animals to learn about their adaptations to their environments and even go down to the beach to explore the coastal environment.
We then all hop back on the bus and drive 5 mins to the start of the Bola Creek, Royal National Park, track. After a 15 minute bushwalk down into Bola Creek Rainforest, we spend the remainder of the day completing activities here.