Field trip | Levels: 3-5: At Cook Landing Site and Cook's Cove learn about Captain James Cook's historic first landing during his circumnavigation of New Zealand.
Field trip | Levels: 3-5: At Gray's Bush students will learn about forest ecology and the many pests that threaten this area's native plants and animals.
Field trip | Levels: 2-8: Take your students on a walk along Hinerau Track which follows the bank of the Aniwaniwa River.
At Lake Waikaremoana students will be able to study the formation of the lake and discover its aquatic plants and various inhabitants.
At Mōrere Springs students can enjoy a variety of tracks where they can explore the different forest types and observe a wide range of bird species.
On Ngutuoha Nature Trail in Te Urewera, students can learn how to identify different tree types and bird species and perhaps even find kiwi probe holes.
Field Trip | Levels 1-4:Guidance to planning a field trip to Te Tapuwae O Rongokako Marine Reserve.
Year 1 to Year 13 students can enjoy a native bush interpretation walk following the easy grade Whinray Scenic Reserve Track.
Find out about field trip activities involving the kākā at Whirinaki Te Pua-a-Tāne Conservation Park. . Kākā are threatened birds, so it is wonderful that you can see them first hand at the park.
In Whirinaki Te Pua-a-Tāne Conservation Parkstudents can study the cultural history and many aspects of forest structure. It has amazingly tall trees, rushing rivers, a wide variety of habitats and a fascinating past.