Environment centres' school learning program

Brisbane City Council's environment centres offer a unique learning experience that will immerse your students in Brisbane's natural wonders. Our curriculum-based school learning programs work to deepen students' understanding of the environment to facilitate behaviour change. This is part of our commitment to making our city clean, green and sustainable.

Our education officers use role-play, games, art and guided walks to facilitate a wider understanding of Brisbane's biodiversity in our bushland, wetland and waterway habitats. The interactive lessons cover a variety of topics including:

  • habitats, living things and their needs
  • life cycles, features and adaptations
  • food webs, biodiversity and ecosystems
  • waterway health and catchments
  • conservation and reserve management
  • waste education and sustainability.

Download the 2022 environment centres school learning program document (Word - 107kb) for a list of available programs for primary and secondary students.

Book online

If you would like to make a booking, complete the schools booking and enquiry form.

Our online school lessons

Watch two of our online school lessons below. If you'd like to access more online lessons (there are seven), view our Environment centres: School lessons playlist on Council's YouTube channel.

Mangrove adaptations

This lesson is nearly 8 minutes long. Read the transcript for this session.

Habitats are home (bushland)

This video is 8 minutes long. Read the transcript for this lesson.

More information

If you require any further information, including a list of programs and how they link to the Australian curriculum:

Last updated: 20 April 2022

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