Our educational programs aim to:
- Connect people to their parks and reserves, and the heritage values inherent within them.
- Encourage visitors, school children and community groups to conserve Tasmania’s natural and cultural heritage.
- Use parks and reserves as a platform to improve the community’s health and wellbeing.
- Support disadvantaged sections of the Tasmanian community.
We provide Educational Group Exemptions from National Park entry fees
for groups visiting for educational purposes.
We have a pool of exceptional discovery rangers that can support your educational pursuits. Contact 1300 TASPARKS (1300 827 727) or Parkseducation@parks.tas.gov.au
Our highly experienced discovery rangers deliver:
- Curriculum-linked classroom lessons
- Facilitate field excursions
- Support community-based organisations
- Participate in educational events.
Each summer more than 30,000 people enjoy a variety of free, fun and educational activities through this award-winning Program.
Inspiring students about birds of prey, see rehabilitated birds up close and learn ways to help protect them through this curriculum-linked partnership with the Raptor Refuge of Tasmania.
Schools that demonstrate a commitment to the environment by undertaking environmental education programs are eligible for participation in our WildSC'OOL program.