Tweed Shire Council’s Environmental Education Program covers topics relating to sustainability, waste, water and biodiversity. Each activity lists a target age group, however most can be tailored to cater for various age and learning levels - from Primary Schools, High Schools and Tertiary to adult groups.
Please note there are a couple of areas currently unavailable for visitation:
Clarrie Hall Dam: Due to construction work. An update will be placed on this website if sections become available for group tours.
Crams Farm: Due to the temporary filming of a TV series, the following restrictions apply access to Crams Farm Recreational Area: February 2013 – August 2013
Weekdays – No access
Weekends – Restricted access (the boat ramp and picnic area will be accessible on weekends)
Tweed Shire Council Environmental Education Program (1.34mb)
Bookings are essential by phoning Tweed Shire Council on (02) 6670 2400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, fill in the Booking Request Form (72kb) and Council’s Environmental Education Officer will be in contact to confirm your visit.