Field trip | Levels 2-7: Students can visit one of the amazing forests in the Bay of Plenty region and learn more about the forest environment, native plants and animals.
Field trip | Levels: 4-7: Introduce students to the gold mining history and geology of the Waiorongomai Valley near Te Aroha.
Field Trip | Levels 3-4: Situated between the townships of Paeroa and Waihi, the historic walkways through Karangahake Gorge offer opportunities for studying resource management issues related to gold mining and water quality.
Field Trip | Levels 3-7: Students can study the culture, history, geology and plants and animals of Lake Okataina.
Field trip | Levels: 2-6: Lake Okataina Scenic Reserve is a pristine natural area with native bush down to the waters edge. Students can study its cultural history, geology, pests, plants and animals.
Field Trip | Levels 1-4: Field trip guidance for Ōhiwa Harbour to learn about estuaries. This area has nationally and internationally significant natural and landscape features.
Field Trip | Levels 3-5: Learn about field trip activities in Sulphur Bay near Rotorua. Sulphur Bay is geothermally active and supports many birds and specialised plants.
Located on the Ōpōtiki coastline, Waiotahi Spit features many natural and cultural treasures. Students can learn about its rare combination of features in this teaching resource.