Muogamarra Nature Reserve has been established to protect the unique vegetation and extensive Aboriginal and European historical sites which exist within its 2,000 ha area. The excellent camping area is located on a ridge top overlooking the Hawkesbury River and can be locked at night. Muogamarra contains a rich heritage of Aboriginal engraving sites as well as the remains of the first convict built road which travelled north from Hornsby. Within walking distance of the campsite there is a wide variety of habitats including dry eucalypt, rainforest, mangroves and abandoned farmland.
We have a full range of camping gear to accommodate up to 60 students including gas BBQs, tents and lights. Students will require their own sleeping gear.
Gibberagong EEC can tailor a program that suits your students needs from a range of activities that include:
Student leadership and team building games
Spotlight night walk to an Aboriginal engraving site
Extensive bushwalking through this pristine environment
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work. We would like to pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging and acknowledge our Aboriginal Elders and knowledge holders who have helped us to understand the special connection Aboriginal Peoples have with the land.
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