EDUCATORS & STUDENTS
CRATER provides an excellent venue for scientific and environmental education opportunities for school groups and students.
We provide opportunities for practical hands-on learning, along with the opportunity to get close to nature and away from devices. Students will get the chance to learn while set in an environment surrounded by native Australian flora and fauna.
Topics of study can include (but are not limited to):
ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES
There is accommodation available on site for visiting groups, with a mixture of a fixed ‘donga’ style building and tents set at the foot of Mt Goondicum. Onsite catering can be provided. See our FACILITIES page for details of our ‘base camp’.
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