Out Door Education
With the increasing pressures on schools to allow
sufficient staff to run an outdoor education programme, have you thought about using the
Web to develop and maintain your students' interests in this important part of the
- Now that the cattle have left .. let's
on the High Plains or climb
Victoria's highest mountain.
Promontory beckons in 2014
in the Swiss Alps
- The Alpine Pass Route.
- Once again in Winter we
can enjoy the snow on the Bogong
- Sick of walking or
cycling uphill? Take a Rail Trail from
Bright to Wangaratta or from
Lilydale to Warburton.
- A Weekend walk on the
edge of the Avon Wilderness,
from Gog and Magog to Mt Hedrick.
- Day walks to
Barn Bluff or
Mt. Field, the magnificent peaks of
- Descend and ascend the
spurs of Mt. Reynard
Mt. Bogong, Victoria's highest mountain
- Returning to Wilsons
Promontory, Sealers Cove to Waterloo Bay
- Wandering from
Wellington to Gable End
- Listen to the sounds of
the bush ..
Sulphur Crested Cockatoos
- Trentham Falls and the
Lerdederg river gorges.
- Photographing the
orchids of French Island
Peaks, overlooking the Eildon river catchments
- Looking for orchids in the
Springs Regional Park.
- Walking the
- Cross Country Skiing at
Mt Loch, Mt Nelse and
- A winter ascent of the
Bluff on the Moroka river.
- Two long spurs
- Seals, snakes and birds. Roaming
mountains in the far north east corner of Victoria.
- Day walking over the
Buffalo National Park.
- Walking the
- Driving to Sydney? Then drop
into the Chiltern
- A long weekend trip over the
river, the Viking, the Razor, Mt Speculation and Mt
- Why not stop at
Ghiran on the way to the Grampians?
- Close to Melbourne the wildflowers of
Ranges and Anakie Gorge
- Walking in the spring time flower profusion of the
Grampians and the Major
Mitchell plateau. And don't forget the
wells in Victoria's
- Spring skiing on
who has the sun cream?
- On the western basalt plain, the
Granite remnant of Mt
- A Walk around
Arches in Grampians National Park
- Mt Stirling
- the quiet sister to the alpine frenzy of Mt Buller
- The golden forest of the
near Bendigo in August
- Snow Camping on
Baw Baw in July
Country skiing over the Alpine National Park
Mountain or Mt Burrowa - a day walk in the least visited National Park in Victoria
of Jerusalem to Cradle Mountain National Park, a week in the World
Wilderness, a long weekend in a river.
- Gippsland's Alpine retreat, the
- To the Lighthouse,
Promontory in summer.
- Walk the coast,
Nepean National Park
- Lake Mountain in
to Kosciuszko .. the roof of Australia.
- Walking in time, the
Organ Pipes National Park
and walk in the Lower Glenelg National Park
- Sugarloaf to the
Cathedrals, a great place to start young people in the outdoors
- Ride your bicycle from
Wangaratta to Beechworth via the goldfield at
to Creswick, the Miners walk
- Bushfire recovery,
Angahook State Park, Aireys Inlet
- Hidden treasures at
Karng in the Alpine National Park
- The Fortress, The Arch
and Mt Thackeray. The ramparts of the western Grampians.
- The Gold in
Warrandyte State Park.
Australian plant gardens help students identify our wide variety of endemic plants.
near Wangaratta splash with wintery colour in August
- Steam Era .. Bush
workers in the Warburton Hills. Starling's Gap to the Bump.
- The Murrindindi Scenic
Reserve .. a short drive from Healesville.
- Walking in the
South Island of New Zealand
near Wanaka, New Zealand. Students can ski in their winter break.
- A short walk around Melbourne's
Maranoa Gardens June 22nd 1999
- A walk towards
Mt. Difficult, Geriwerd National Park,
- The Southern
Weekend, November 1998
- The Crinoline in the
Alpine National Park, May 1999
Yarra National Park Excursion in Winter, May 1999
- A Link to a Western Suburbs Walking Club ..
the Other Essendon Club
This page was last updated on:
Friday, December 22, 2017