Werribee Open Range Zoo

A school visit to Werribee Open Range Zoo provides opportunities for your students to connect with animals, build their understandings around real life conservation issues, and be empowered to take action to help save wildlife.

Students will connect with Victoria’s most endangered ecosystem, the Western Basalt Plains grassland, and the endangered species who call them home. They will witness the animals of Africa including Lions, Cheetah, Giraffe, Hippo and Rhino and discover critical conservation issues that arise from communities and wildlife living side-by-side.

Combined with elements of inquiry based learning, integrated curriculum and values education, our learning programs offer best practice in student engagement and link strongly to outcomes from VEYLDF, AusVELS, and VCE study designs.

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