National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) offers programs for primary and secondary students. Some regions also provide for TAFE colleges and universities.
NPWS Discovery rangers and guides will help students explore and investigate the environment in national parks and local reserves. Students can discover and learn about Aboriginal or historic culture and heritage.
Outdoor learning experiences and activities are linked to key learning areas and syllabus outcomes for all stages.
To plan an excursion you'll find information below for locations throughout the state.
Visit us or we can visit you
In most cases, school activities take place in a national park or reserve. In some regions outreach activities can be provided at your school.
Teachers' kits and student resources
There are kits for teachers with lessons, activities and resources.
International study tours
Have a True Blue Mountains National Park experience with people who know best. A Discovery guided walk in Blue Mountains National Park gives inbound students a hands-on experience learning about the ecosystems, flora and fauna of Blue Mountains National Park, the threats, impacts and natural values associated with the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
Regions with school excursions
Click on a region to see what school excursions are currently available.