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Connect with Nature

Connect with Nature inspires an appreciation of Queensland’s natural and cultural heritage through activities that foster a sense of connection, understanding and appreciation for our native wildlife and natural areas.

Join a Park Ranger to discover the wonders of the natural world. There’s something for everyone including holiday programs, special events and environmental education programs for school groups and community organisations.

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Connect with Nature school program

Hands-on activities at David Fleay Wildlife Park. Photo R. Ashdown, Queensland Government.

Hands-on activities at David Fleay Wildlife Park. Photo R. Ashdown, Queensland Government.

The Connect with Nature school program features environmental education activities offered in Queensland parks and forests. It gives students the opportunity to experience Queensland’s natural environment, native wildlife and cultural heritage through ranger-guided activities. Some programs have been designed to meet State curriculum requirements.

Guided tours

Turtle-watching with rangers at Mon Repos Regional Park. Photo: Robert Ashdown, Queensland Government.

Turtle-watching with rangers at Mon Repos Regional Park. Photo: Robert Ashdown, Queensland Government.

Regular guided tours are conducted by QPWS Rangers.

Further information

To discover more about Connect with Nature activities offered in your local parks you can contact us and request to be connected to the relevant park office.

Last updated
7 February 2020