Field trips

We offer a vast range of undergraduate programs and courses to spark whatever interest you have in science.

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Introduction to Structural and Field Geology

Structural and Field Geology students left no stone unturned on this field trip, which took them to the Wee Jasper region in NSW.

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Fire in the Environment

It might look like they’re playing with fire, but these ANU students are participating in cutting-edge research on bushfires.

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One Tree Island

If you like your education to involve a healthy dose of adventure, the Coral Reef Field Studies course is for you.

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Field Studies in Functional Ecology: Kosciuszko National Park

The Australian Alps are home to unique flora and fauna, and for two weeks Kosciuszko National Park also hosted ANU biology students.

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Unlocking the secrets of Australia’s environment with fieldwork

Each year a group of ANU students visit Kosciuszko National Park to get hands-on experience of how all the different elements of the environment

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Biology field trip

A class of biology students travelled to the Kioloa Coastal Campus for the weekend to study the functional diversity of plants. In this video hear from the participants and see what the trip involved.

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Environmental measurement, modelling and monitoring

Don’t get us wrong, you can learn a lot about environment management on campus. But getting your hands dirty at the National Arboretum Canberra gives you a whole new perspective.

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Biodiversity students branch out in Japan

A group of ANU students recently travelled to the University of Tsukuba in Japan to complete a course on biodiversity and biotechnology. The course, Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Applications, was partially funded by the New Colombo Plan mobility grant.