Quality Educational Programs
EcoWalks Tours provides school holiday activities for kids in Sydney Harbour National Park. These programs have a range of learning activities that are designed to engage children aged 7 to 12.
School Holidays Activity
Learn how the local flora and fauna interact and influence the natural environment. Also, what are the challenges of removing invasive plant species as well as restoring native plant species such as the Sunshine Wattle.
When War Came to Sydney
Kids get called into action as they role play and solve puzzles to uncover the events leading up to and including the night when war came to Sydney during WWII.
Learn about the colonial architects who built gun emplacements, tunnels and fortifications designed to protect Sydney against foreign forces.
Iconic Sites Visited
- Bradleys Head HMAS Sydney Memoral Park
- Bradleys Head Battery and 68 pounder smoothbore muzzle-loading gun
- Georges Head Armoured Casemate
Stage 6 Geography Biophysical Interactions Excursion
Students will undertake a geographical investigation of biophysical processes and their interactions within Sydney Harbour National Park. Students will develop knowledge and understanding of geographic factors that influence the abiotic and biotic interactions through fieldwork.
School Holiday Aboriginal Heritage
EcoWalks Tours provides Aboriginal cultural immersion activities. This is conducted in consultation and partnership with the Gaimaragal Group and Tribal Warrior to enhance visitor knowledge. So, we all can learn and respect Aboriginal culture and connect to Country.
EcoWalker Bush Explorer School Holiday Tours
During school holidays we facilitate excursions and incursions through Fun Day Out. Our activities provide meaningful learning for young people aged 7 to 12. They’ll learn about local ecology, aboriginal heritage and military history whilst having fun in the great outdoors!
Contact us to book an environmental education program activity and experience the natural, traditional, social and cultural heritage of Sydney Harbour National Park