AHS continues to support the Bunya to the Bay education program

Bunya to the Bay is an award-winning educational experience grounded in Aboriginal culture and heritage that follows the Brisbane River from the source to the sea.

AHS has been involved with Bunya to the Bay since its inception and we are proud to maintain this connection as one of the Corporate Sponsors.

The Department of Education-run program is led by the Stanley River Environmental Education Centre. Bunya to the Bay is open to all State School students in Years 10, 11 and 12.

Students participating in the Bunya to the Bay education program meet with Elders during their journey.

The students participate in a three-week relay journey from the upper reaches of the Stanley River to Moreton Bay. Along the way they meet with Elders of the Wakka Wakka, Jinibara, Jagera and Quandamooka Countries as they walk, cycle and canoe through the traditional lands.

The program is a unique opportunity for students to understand the indigenous heritage of the environment through which they travel while engaging in environmental activities such as water monitoring, vegetation assessment and riparian studies.

Watch this video for more information and to hear from previous participants. To apply for the Bunya to the Bay program tap here.

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