and conservation tour
All year round
See below for details
About the tour
The Marine Biology, Conservation and Wildlife Tour provides students with the opportunity to immerse themselves in a range of hands-on, practical activities in Western Australia. From ecological bushwalks and stargazing in the outback, to fish dissection with marine biologists and charitable conservation projects, this tour aims to expose, explore and nurture students, to discover for themselves, the wonders of science and the natural world. Topics range from climate change and botany to studying the impact of introduced species on native species. Students will work with professional scientists, and become scientists themselves, by observing and recording real-life data such as water quality and flowering plant seed patterns. Students will also have the opportunity to get up close and personal with Australia's unique wildlife.
Hands-on, enquiry based educational programmes and workshops with immersion in the practical application of land and marine-based biology.
Explore the unique biology, ecology and geology of Australia through its plants and native species.
Investigative human-induced environmental changes and undertake investigative fieldwork.
Participate in conservation projects that support a practical approach to environmental studies.
Join a local guide on a bushwalk to learn about Western Austalia's wildlife and ecology.
Join in a game of touch rugby on the beach and a classic Ozzie BBQ with the locals.