Murramarang National Park
Murramarang National Park is another unique Australian location in which Land’s Edge Foundation operates. It’s largely undisturbed coastline of sandy and shingle beaches, rugged headlands, tombolas, rock stacks and fossil-bearing rocks provides young people with a unique and rich coastal environment to explore.
LEF conducts programs in the National Park for schools and other groups who wish their students to partake in an expeditioning style of program. Small groups, bush camping, backpacks, navigation, cooking and group dynamics are all featured in these programs. A three or five day expedition-style program (also suitable for the Duke of Edinburgh Award) is offered in this location.
Groups undertaking Murramarang programming can choose the style of accommodation depending upon program outcomes and budget. Most introductory programs include time spent in both options.
Residential accommodation is offered at the Australian National University’s (ANU) Kioloa Coastal Campus. This accommodation and research facility is in a unique location, extending from the high tide mark through a diverse ecology to thick bushland.
Groups camp in bush campsites as well as in designated Murramarang National Park camping sites.
LEF can arrange all transportation to and from Murramarang National Park as required.
LEF provides all catering and dietary requirements for all programs in this location. LEF adheres to the Australia & New Zealand Food Standards Code, meeting, in particular, Standards 3.2.2 (Food Safety Practices & General Requirements) and Standard 3.2.3 (Food Premises & Equipment).
LEF provides all equipment including tents, packs, sleeping mats, trangias (for cooking) and activity equipment including all snorkelling, surfing equipment etc.