EcoWalks Tours is proud to announce a partnership with Zoe Wittber

Zoe Wittber is an accomplished, motivated and passionate Visual Arts educator and has completed a Masters by Research in Visual Arts, with a thesis publication on the importance of Visual Arts in the education of all children.

So, to provide meaningful learning activities for children during our EcoWalkers Bush Explorers School Holiday Biodiversity Tours, we have collaborated to produce educational resources with Zoe’s artworks.

Zoe works with acrylic paint/pen on canvas and board and her current focus is on Australian animal life. The patterning she creates is decorative and repetitive, adorning the animals and the surrounds, to frame and celebrate them.

As well as creating artwork, she is SAHM to her two boys during the day and working as an educator in Visual Arts in both secondary and tertiary education in the evenings. She has a passion for education, particularly in the arts and a love of nature based education and learning. She encourages this love of nature for her boys through playful experiences and learning activities.

Visit Zoe’s Artworks

Check out her artworks through her Etsy store link: www.etsy.com.au/shop/walkinginthewild

Personal Connections 

EcoWalks Tours welcomes visitors to Sydney Harbour National Park from all around the world.

EcoWalks Tours is a locally based accredited NSW Parks Eco Pass guided tour operation in Sydney Harbour National Park and established out of enjoyment for the conservation of this place.

As the founder of EcoWalks Tours, I strive for excellence by providing visitors with in-depth knowledge of the ecological features and historical aspects of the park during my guided tours.

Connecting and learning about the natural, social, historical and traditional heritage of Sydney Harbour National Park and the surrounding suburb of Mosman is a wonderful past time in which I enjoy sharing with visitors.

There are so many hidden secrets awaiting for you to discover on a tour with me. One of my favourite places to show visitors is the sandstone gully and headland of Taylors Bay to Chowder Bay. In this area you can find the blue lizards bathing in the sun on lichen covered rocks to the small vibrant mauve crowea flowering shrubs among the sunshine wattles blooming under the shade of the Sydney red gums. Sharing this place as well as other sites within the park with visitors brings me great joy and I would like to invite you to come and see for yourself.

So, join me and be guided by my personal connections, experiences and knowledge of the Sydney Harbour National Park.

Sydney Harbour Views

Are you wanting to get outside and explore Sydney Harbour?

EcoWalks Tours is a locally based accredited NSW Parks Eco Pass guided tour operation in the Sydney Harbour National Park.

We pride ourselves in providing scenic and educational tours that respects the natural, historical and social heritage of Sydney Harbour National Park.

Although, we are temporarily closed due to current social distancing regulations, you can still purchase no expiry gift cards for future tours.

Simply click on ‘BOOK NOW’ and select gift cards and make your purchase.

Thank you for supporting our local business.

Photo credit: Destination NSW