Land Camp 2019

What you’ll learn

This Upskill in Ecology weekend camp combines nature-based learning and defined ecological skills.

You'll visit three unique landscape types of the outskirts of Brisbane - the sandstone of the Helidon Hills, the basalts of Mount Mort and the remnants of Brigalow and bottle trees near Boonah.

Together with UQ's Associate Professor Rod Fensham and Dr John Dwyer, you'll explore the geological history and vegetation of these landscapes, observing and learning along the way.

Event details 

Date: 17-18 August 2019

Open to: Ecology Centre members, and staff and students from the School of Biological Sciences and its respective centres

Location: Queensland Trust for Nature’s Aroona property, in the Little Liverpool Range/Main Range in South East Queensland

Cost: $20 donation to cover catering

Registration: to register for this event, email us at ecology.@uq.edu.au.

Event insights

This camp has ended. See our Upskill in Ecology blog post for a wrap-up of the weekend, including insights, highlights and photos of activities and events.