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Nobbies: changes over time – Unit 1, AOS 2          

  • Unit 1, AOS 2: Characteristics of Natural Environments
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Location: Nobbies Centre and boardwalks
Nobbies talk

Discover how geological and coastal processes have shaped the Nobbies coastline, and view how humans have utilised the area from Indigenous visitation to European settlement.

Students will also examine the current management strategies used to protect the plants and animals of the area.

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Cape Woolamai Landforms - Unit 1, AOS 2          

  • Unit 1, AOS 2: Characteristics of Natural Environments
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Location: Cape Woolamai
cape wooli talk

Students identify and describe geographic characteristics of the Cape Woolamai area. Rangers help students explore the natural processes and factors that created these environments.

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Balancing Tourism and the Environment – Unit 1: AOS 2          

  • Unit 1, AOS 2: Changes in Natural Environments
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Location: Penguin Parade
balancing talk

How does Phillip Island Nature Parks manage its 500,000 visitors each year while protecting one of Victoria’s largest penguin colonies?

Students investigate how the Penguin Parade has changed over time from European settlement through to the present day. Students view current Penguin Parade management strategies and create their own evaluation for future management of the area. 

  • Option 1: Field based – (30min Presentation, 45min outdoors Penguin Parade, 45min outdoors Summerlands)
  • Option 2: Lecture based – (1 hour presentation, 1 hour outdoors Penguin Parade)

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Cape Woolamai: changes over time – Unit 3, AOS 2          

  • Unit 3, AOS 2: Use and Management of Local Resource
  • Duration:
  • Location: Cape Woolamai
cape wooli talk 2

Join us at the world famous Cape Woolamai Beach where our rangers can introduce you to the history of Cape Woolamai. We will explore how natural and human influences have shaped this area and management approaches over time for caring for this area.

Topics Covered:

  • characteristics of outdoor environments
  • recreational users’ understandings of specific outdoor environments
  • scientific understandings of specific outdoor environments,
  • land managers’ understandings of specific outdoor environments

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Park Management: change over time - Unit 3, AOS 2         

  • Unit 3, AOS 2: Use and Management of Local Resource
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Location: Penguin Parade
Penguin talk 2

Walk along the boardwalks at the Penguin Parade and analyse the management strategies implemented by Phillip Island Nature Park. Surrounded by little penguin and short-tailed shearwater burrows, students investigate the background to Phillip Island Nature Parks decision making process and how the Penguin Parade achieved its current award winning eco- tourism status.

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