What do we do?
Our organization promotes the conservation of native forests, wildlife and aquatic ecosystems through environmental education, awareness and active participation.
A passionate team of environmental educators facilitate our programs within the historical township of Warburton, along the banks of the Yarra River, in the surrounding forests of the Yarra Ranges National Park and the Yarra State Forest; and at the Upper Yarra Reservoir. Such richly diverse and conservation significant habitats offer a wealth of natural environments that allow our Programs and Tours to offer a unique, close up encounter with nature itself!
Please feel free to browse through our website to learn more about Warburton Habitat Tree. You can also 'like' our facebook page to view photo's, get regular information and updates!
We have a fresh selection of wonderful environment education programs on offer to schools for 2013. We remain focused on providing quality forest and water programs that are engaging, fun and interactive! Please keep an eye on the website for current and new programs and subscribe to the newsletter to receive up to date information.
Please go to our School Programs web page to view and download current school program lists and prices. You can download the School Program Brochure here:
School Program Brochure here:School Programs Brochure 2.pdf
Eco Tour Brochure here:Eco Tour Brochure 2013.pdf
Our Eco Tours have evolved over time and have well earnt their own special place on our website. By providing Tours to couples, families, small and large groups we can further promote the environment and all that it has to offer.
Please go to our Eco Tour page to learn more about Warburton Habitat Tree and to download our Eco Tour price lists for the following Tours:
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Please feel free to phone or email for any enquiries.
phone: 0409 493 721
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