Environmental Science – Exploring Wallagoot Lake – Stage 3

Friday 4th December

Where do jellyfish, eels and rays hang-out in Wallagoot Lake?
Students will explore the Wallagoot Lake estuary by foot, kayak and using underwater drone technology. They will begin by kayaking along the shores of the lake – taking water samples and recording their findings. Then, equipped with dip nets and reef boots, they will explore this dynamic environment collecting a variety of living things to examine and photograph, focusing on adaptations of living things. Students will use underwater drone technology to capture Bournda’s unique lake ecosystem. Students will use the images and iPads to create a presentation of their work to share back at school.

Program cost – $2 per student.

students walking around lake

Expression of Interest - Environmental Science - Exploring Wallagoot Lake - Stage 3

We would like to send a group of up to TEN  Stage 3 students to this day!