Discover the Badu Mangrove Boardwalk that winds its way through 65 hectares of wetland that is home to an ‘endangered ecological community’ of coastal saltmarsh.
Visit the water bird refuge that is internationally recognised wetland for migratory birds from China, Japan and Korea.
Visit the Education Centre where learning comes alive! Learn about animal adaptations, biology and view insects and water bugs from video microscopes.
Conduct scientific monitoring of the wetland environment in the unique outdoor Mangrove Classroom at Sydney Olympic Park.
Discover the plants, bugs, and bird life that inhabit the forest in this hands-on educational excursion at Sydney Olympic Park.
Take a journey on the Badu Mangrove boardwalk and discover, through hands-on excursion activities, the uniqueness of this wetland environment.
Students develop environmental monitoring skills using a range of field equipment in an outdoor classroom located under the canopy of Sydney’s largest stand of grey mangroves.
From the ‘Treillage’ viewing tower students can get a birds-eye view of Sydney Olympic Park, complete a field sketch and learn about the diversity of the parklands.
Journey back in time and see how the natural and built features of Sydney Olympic Park have changed over the past 100 years using a Geographic Information System (GIS).
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