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Kimberley Field Trip

Kimberley land and sea aerial view

2 – 8 August 2014 The Kimberley is one of the world’s last great wilderness areas, an intact natural and cultural wonderland. It is a remote land of spectacular scenery with deep ties to Indigenous culture. This trip showcased the…

Coorong and Lake Alexandria Field Trip

Coorong water at sunset

7 – 8th May 2008 The Murray River is part of the biggest river system in Australia, the drainage basin covering over one million square kilometres. Beginning in Queensland and extending through New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, the…

Gondwana Link Field Trip

Group standing around bus

6 – 12th September 2008 Gondwana Link is a landscape scale vision involving individuals and local, regional and national groups. They are working together to achieve reconnected country across south-western Australia in which entire ecosystems, and the fundamental ecological processes that…

Arnhem Land Field Trip

Bus crossing river

7 – 12th August 2011 Arnhem land is one of the most spectacular and bio-diverse regions of Australia, and is the home to Traditional Owners, whose culture and connection to country remains strong. Focussing on Indigenous people and environmental issues,…

Hunter Valley Field Trip

Hunter Valley landscape

20 – 21st May 2013 The Hunter is at ‘the pointy end’ of the contradiction between our demand for energy and our desire for good health for humans and the environment. The region, home to just over 600,000, is well…

Habitat 141 Field Trip

Group viewing wildlife

25 – 29th October 2009 Habitat 141 is a landscape scale conservation project, linking lands over a 700km stretch across South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria.  The project covers 18 million hectares, from the Murray River in the west to…

Queensland Field Trip

Queensland beach with shipwreck

10 – 15th May 2014 The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef, with over 3,000 individual reef systems and coral cays. It already suffers the impacts of industry, agriculture and shipping and is extremely vulnerable to the effects…

Kimberley Field Trip, by Jane Abercrombie

Our first day was spent in Broome, where we were welcomed to country by Dianne Appleby, a Yawaru woman who introduced us to the seven local seasons (Green grass time is good for hunting goanna; kangaroo fatten up in the…