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Dr Monkhouse to Visit Botany Bay EEC

Botany Bay EEC will be hosting video conferences in Term 4 exploring the medical world of Dr William Monkhouse. Cook was widely recognised for his excellent care of his men, particularly in relation to his management of the... Read more

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Donations Sought!

Botany Bay EEC is seeking cotton donations to update our drama props for our meeting of two cultures play. This play is performed in front of the Cook monument at his landing site. We strive through performance to explore... Read more

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Thank You Ken Tucker!

Special thanks to Ken Tucker and his wife Leah who came out to Botany Bay EEC to run a gifted and talented art program for local students. Students had opportunities to walk through Kamay Bay National Park where they learned... 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.