Join a school program and let learning come alive in Queensland’s national parks.
Why don’t snakes have legs? And where was gold discovered in the 1860s? What is the lifecycle of a crocodile? And who fired the cannons which protected Brisbane during World War II?
Get all the answers in our parks—from archaeology to convict history, from the role of the smallest insects to the wonders of an ecosystem. Nothing compares to the thrill of learning about nature, history and culture right where it happens.
School programs are offered in a number of locations across Queensland. Fees may apply, and programs can be tailored to meet curriculum requirements (in the most interesting possible way).
Why not check out the school programs offered in these parks:
- David Fleay Wildlife Park (Gold Coast)
- Moreton Bay heritage parks (Fort Lytton National Park)
- Mon Repos Turtle Centre (Gladstone)
- Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre (Brisbane)
Looking for another location? Check out the attractions and experiences page.