FOOD: A packed lunch for plenty of energy - packed in a sealed container or zip-locked bag for biosecurity.
WATER: A bottle of water - please bring a full bottle of water for the day.
CLOTHING: Bring clothing suitable for the conditions/ changing conditions - layers are best. The environment on the mountain is much colder than surrounding areas, especially during the winter months. The visitor centre area and wetland tracks can be very hot and exposed to the sun in the summer months.
Sunhat, sunglasses and sunscreen
Rainproof jacket with a hood
SHOES: Clean, comfortable, study, closed footwear suitable for walking on loose gravel and grassy tracks.
PERSONAL MEDICATIONS: Carry any essential personal medications.
DAY BACKPACK: Backpack that can be zipped closed.
FIRST AID: Schools are required to bring their own first aid kit.
COMPLETE LIST OF PARTICIPANTS: Teachers carry a comprehensive list of all participants, contact details and medical information. This needs to be kept for two months as per guidelines for schools regarding contact tracing for Covid-19.
PERSONAL ITEMS: Schools are responsible for their own personal items such as cameras or devices etc.
If you want to capture photos of your trip, please limit this to one person per class taking photos.
- Educators do carry a basic forest first aid kit and are first aid trained. It is best practice however for each school group to also be prepared.
- Our visitor centre does not have a fully operating cafe. Please bring a packed lunch.
- Please take any rubbish you bring with you home again - 'pack in and pack out'.
- Please do not bring pets, bikes, balls, chewing gum or bluetooth speakers.