Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park is the ideal case study area for students investigating the geography of the South Island glaciated high country.
Field Trip | Levels 1-4: Avon-Heathcote/Ihutai Estuary field trip guidance for learning about estuaries. More than 114 different bird species and 28 different fish species live here.
We are a Learning Experiences Outside The Classroom (LEOTC) provider operating within a unique alpine environment extending from Aoraki/Mount Cook to the Mackenzie Basin.
This Motukarara Nursery teaching resource allows students to explore the ecology of Canterbury's native plants and animals.
Ōtukaikino Wildlife Management Reserve is managed as a Living Memorial - Mau Mahara. Students can learn about wetlands and the restoration of Wilson’s Swamp, and find out about the cultural heritage of the area.
Find out about this school field trip that explores the cultural and natural significance of Peel Forest.
This school field trip investigates the natural landscape and threatened species that inhabit Pōhatu Marine Reserve.
This field trip explores Temple Basin, where students can learn about life forms within an Alpine Region and the history and current plans of Temple Basin and Arthur’s Pass National Park.
The Ō Tū Wharekai wetlands were bought into schools across with these LEARNZ virtual field trips. Watch a selection of videos that were filmed at Ō Tū Wharekai.