Students will explore how topography and landscape features affect how water travels at the Australian Botanic Garden and develop an understanding of sustainable water management. They will go on a walk and investigate how water flows from the Connection gardens to Lake Fitzpatrick and Lake Sedgwick. Students will identify human features and uses of water, undertake water quality tests to investigate how natural processes and human interference can alter water quality and participate in a role play debate to investigate sustainable water management.
. Minimum charges apply. Discounts apply for full day programs!