Join Ranger Ebonee, a proud Wadawurrung woman, and learn about the importance of Country to Aboriginal people. While exploring Big Rock, discover a local Rockwell and learn about sustainable lifestyles for the Wadawurrung people.
This hands-on, engaging activity is suitable for children aged 6-12, who must be accompanied by a parent or guardian 18 years or older.
Please arrive 5 minutes before schedule. Sturdy footwear (not thongs), drinking water, hat and sunscreen, and appropriate clothing such as a warm, waterproof jacket are essential. Please be advised that activities will be cancelled during extreme weather events.
Directions: Meet the Ranger at the Big Rock Car Park 5 minutes before start times.
All Junior Ranger activities are managed in alignment with the Victorian government guidelines for coronavirus (COVID-19). Due to current outdoor group restrictions, it is essential that a maximum of one accompanying adult per child is permitted during each Junior Ranger activity. For up-to-date health information visit www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au
In the interest of public safety, if you or your child are unwell please cancel your booking and do not attend the activity on the day.
The Victorian government have mandated masks to be worn by adults whilst outdoors and indoors in public areas. It is recommended primary aged children wear a mask whilst outdoors and indoors in public areas.
By proceeding with the activity booking you agree to comply with all staff and volunteer instructions in order to ensure that these measures are met.