Bushwalking at Belair National Park

The ASMS students and staff spent a morning exploring the natural wonders of Belair National Park as part of Field Trip Week.

This park is an important cultural and historical area that is home to a large range of native animals and plants. The traditional custodians of the land, the Kaurna people, called the area Piradli.

Not only did our students spot a koala or two, but they also got to stretch their legs, enjoy the fresh air, and extend their learning from their Biodiversity classes thanks to a tour of the native flora and fauna from the Friends of Belair National Park.