State & National Parks

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 For students:
 
 

All about National Parks

What is a National Park? 

Why do we have National Parks?

 National Parks of Northern NSW

National Parks of North Eastern NSW

National Parks of New England

National Parks
Kakadu Uluru
Great Barrier Reef (1) Fraser Island
Great Barrier Reef (2) Mount Kosciusko
Blue Mountains
Mt Kaputar
National Parks - Hurstville PS Looking at Australian National parks

Presentation skills:

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For your assignment consider these areas:

Camping Facilities:

* what's available at the site?

Recreational Activities:

* what is there to do at the site?

Natural Attractions: eg waterfalls, caves

Vehicular Access: 

* can any car drive to the site?

Cost:

* camping fees etc


For teachers:

National Parks LIVEBINDER

See also: Sustainability and Sustainabil

 Clickable worksheets-Online worksheet

           State and National Parks Internet Research Worksheet

National Parks Camping Trip  

          Information Summary Sheet

Australia National Parks  

               Webquest answer sheet

 Commonwealth National  Parks

Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park

Aboriginal Perspective

 Gumbaingirr: The Sea and The Rock

The New South Wales National Parks & Wildlife Service (NPWS) has been moving for some years now to recognise the link between Aboriginal heritage and the wider landscape. The result on the one hand is recognition of continuing Aboriginal connections to land and sea, and on the other, the development of planning approaches that respect and provide for community values.

Brian Gilligan  Director-General  NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service