We deliver engaging environmental learning experiences for a range of international student groups.
For bookings phone +61 3 5951 2802 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org All of our education rangers hold current working with children checks or are registered Victorian Institute teachers. The Nature Parks is proud to provide Ecotourism certified programming and rangers.
Join us in our element for this guided ranger bush, beach or coastal trail walk. Take in the sunrise at Cape Woolamai, explore the world heritage protected wetlands of Rhyll or bushland steeped in history in one of our reserves.
Wildlife Box Building
Our wildlife needs your help! A range of native species make use of natural and artificial burrows and in this ranger led hands-on making experience, we ask you to build a box for wildlife. Depending on our conservation needs students will be supported to build artificial penguin burrows or possum, bird or bat boxes. If it can be used at your home or school, students are welcome to take their wildlife box home or leave them to be used by Nature Parks.
The Bunurong people regularly came to Millowl (Phillip Island) as they moved through Country. What do you think they might have done at this unique place? Discover some of the natural resources that Swan Lake has to offer and gain insight into how human needs, both past and present, may be met by the animals, plants and minerals available in the landscape.
Get up close and personal with some of our native flora. Students join us on an active conservation project and discover Indigenous species and their importance in the ecosystem. Our conservation projects change with the seasons. Students may be planting trees for habitat, collecting seed for propagation, or helping with weed removal. View your conservation efforts on a GIS (Geographic Information System) digital map to gain insight into how Nature Parks protects habitat for wildlife across Millowl (Phillip Island).
On this ranger led walk, experience the thrill of the arrival of the Biyadin (Short-tailed Shearwater). As the sun goes down the scene is set, as these magnificent birds glide in over the ocean. Numbers build as they circle over our heads, gradually spiralling down to seek their individual burrows. Learn about the Bunurong Peoples many uses of this species and about today’s cutting-edge science research that seeks to protect these amazing global travelers. This seasonal experience is available from late spring to late summer.