The Bungoona Path starts across the carpark from the environmental education centre. The area has a variety of environments, including eucalypt woodland. Activities generally begin at or near the environmental education centre.
The path is concrete and wheelchair accessible. It is an easy 0.5 km walk to the lookout; a 1 km return walk.
Students are in close proximity to plants, rocks and a cliff. There is a fenced lookout at the end of the track. It is essential that students do not climb or go around any fences. The greatest hazards at this site include: steep cliff at the lookout, collision with cyclists and access via the car park. Once your booking is confirmed, we will email you a draft risk assessment and management plan to use in the preparation of your own plan. This plan details risks on excursion and controls to minimise them on the day.
Bungoona Path is a concrete, wheelchair accessible path. At times debris on the track may hinder access.
Our programs can be readily modified for students with mobility issues.
There are public toilets near the environmental education centre. Toilets can be accessed at food breaks and before/after a walk down Bungoona Path.
There are 2 x male and 2 x female toilets. Students should not access public toilets alone. Younger students should be supervised by a teacher; older students should take a buddy with them.
Students can refill water bottles at taps at the environmental education centre.