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Our schools and ELC programs allow students to connect to their local environment, especially Port Phillip Bay, St Kilda Botanical Gardens and Aboriginal Cultures and history. Students will be empowered to take sustainability action within their school, community and at home.

Our programs and excursions are linked to outcomes from VEYLDF, Victorian Curriculum and ResourceSmart Schools. 

Find out more about our Excursions programs

Our award winning programs include:

Tomorrow's Leaders for Sustainability is a term-long program that guides students through leadership activities, sustainability projects and spending time investigating local environments. 

Schools in Bayside City Council and City of Port Phillip can register their interest here

Contact our Education Team for more information about the Tomorrow's Leaders for Sustainability program or visit Tomorrow's Leaders for Sustainability.


Expert in Residence is a tailored whole school sustainability curriculum approach to embedding environment and sustainability education across curriculum priorities and across all classes.

Download the Expert in Residence brochure for more information or contact the Education Team.

School Sustainability Festival Wednesday 18 November 2020 - all schools are welcome to join in the fun of the student delivered workshops, award ceremony, Indigenous cultural activities and community garden feast. Find out more here.

Teacher Environment Network Free professional learning events each term for teachers, and a digital newsletter curated with the best grants, resources and events. Click here for more information.


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It was perfectly pitched for the kids' age and ability and they've absolutely loved it.

- Year 3/4 teacher, Sandringham Primary School

What you have done (and are continuing to do) at the Centre is impressive and it was brilliant for the girls to see ideas in action in their local community.  

 -Year 9 teacher, Presentation College Windsor

Both programs were excellent! It kept the students' attention. Excellent experience. Excellent info. The information was accurate and relevant.

- Year 5 teacher, McKinnon Primary School



Boon Wurrung Foundation Logo The EcoCentre acknowledges the Kulin Nations, including the Yalukut Weelam clan of the Boon Wurrung language group, traditional owners of the land on which we are located. We pay respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Elder members of our multicultural community.