Winton Wetlands is leading the way in the creation of a major national facility for wetland education and research while offering unique nature based tourism activities and recreation.
A school trip to the Winton Wetlands offers learning opportunities for a variety of curriculum with the vast ecological landscape and Australian heritage.
Winton Wetlands offers the perfect location for an outdoor environmental or a physical education class where groups can explore the site or book a presentation and tour with the Winton Wetlands staff.
Presentations and tours can be tailored to suit required learning outcomes.
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Meet Rowan Barrow – Education Officer
Rowan is a registered Victorian teacher with a passion for the wetlands restoration, indigenous culture, well-being and lifelong learning.
As a qualified AITSL (Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership) Lead Teacher, Rowan has taught in a variety of education settings including urban, remote, international and special needs. Returning to her grassroots, she brings with her more than 20 years of diverse educational experience.
Rowan will help to develop engaging, hands-on educational programs for visiting schools and organisations ranging from kindergarten through to university. Each program is aligned with the Victorian Curriculum F-10 VCE and designed to be delivered as integrated units aligned with specific subject areas and with a focus on sustainability, science, history, and geography.