Year 12 Outdoor and Environmental Studies students attend 2 camps throughout the year. This first one is a 2 day / 2 night trip to the Great Otway National Park area. The goal of the camp is to build on the students’ knowledge of the area. This includes exploring historical relationships humans have with the area, understanding the impact Indigenous people had on the area and exploring how the landscape has changed over time and why. On the camp students will be involved in 4 main activities: a canyon walk, stand up paddle boarding and an Indigenous history in the area session which will all be run by the company “Eco Logic” who are based in the area. Students will also complete an ‘explore session’consists of viewing local sites impacted by fire and a Koorie exploration walk.