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New Geography programs

Botany Bay EEC offers NEW and exciting programs for: Stage 1: Features of Places Stage 3: Factors that Shape Places Stage 4: Landscapes and Landforms Check for further information, use the online booking form or call the EEC... Read more

Stage 2 Community & Remembrance

S2 Community and Remembrance

Students will use historical skills and concepts to explore significant sites within the National Park. They will focus on the key inquiry questions: Who lived her first and how do we know? How has the community changed? What... Read more

School Gardens workshop

School Gardens Workshop. 12/9/17

Are you looking for new ideas and inspiration when teaching outdoors and working with students in school gardens? Come along to the workshop and you will discover many practical ideas with solid links to curriculum. The next... Read more

Botany Bay EEC supports students and teachers with fieldwork, environmental education and education for sustainability. Kamay Botany Bay is the landing place of Captain Cook and the first site of interaction with the Aboriginal people.