The submission of this form is a formal request for an excursion booking at Centennial Parklands on the date/s and time/s specified. Once we receive your form we will allocate your booking based off of our availability and will respond with a booking confirmation document.
A quote for your excursion will be sent to you with your Booking Confirmation. Teachers and assisting adults are free of charge.
For details on Excursion costs please see Plan Your Excursion
To allow us to invoice your school following your excursion, please complete the following.
The receiving of a booking confirmation document by email constitutes an agreement that your lesson/s are booked and confirmed and subject to our cancellation policy.
Please make a note of the contact details below in case you do not hear from us within a week.
Education Office Centennial Parklands Locked Bag 15 Paddington 2021
Phone: 02 9339 6645 (Phone is staffed Mon, Tue and Thu 9am - 12pm) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students explore the life of a Centennial Parklands animal, investigating how it grows and interacts with other plants and animals, as well as what its habitat needs are for survival.
Minibeast hunt/dipnetting or bird walk (seasonal)
Habitat building using natural materials
Animal games and spotters walk.
ST1-10LW describe some external features of a variety of living things including plants and animals
ST1-11LW describes ways that different places in the environment provide for the needs of living things.
Discover Aboriginal history in Lachlan Swamp and reenact an important day in Australia’s history, then find your way back to the present using maps and a compass.
Life Cycles is full of fun activities for kids – a bug hunt, eel spotting and a visit to the Flying Foxes in Centennial Park's Lachlan Wetland.
Centennial Park's science excursion, Adaptation gives students an inquiry-based opportunity to study one of Sydney’s largest urban Flying Fox colonies and consider threats to their habits and survival.