Educational Opportunities at The Briars

Winter school holiday activities

Join us at the Briars this winter for some fun school holiday activities. 

Activities include the Junior Ranger Program, Bush Fairies and Elves, After-dark Wildlife Walks, and more!

Find out more and to book your spot online

Junior Ranger Program

The Briars Junior Ranger Program is offered during school holidays.

Find out more information and book your spot online.

Ranger Guided Spotlight Walks

Enjoy the ultimate bush experience and take a night bushwalk with Ranger Fi through The Briars Wildlife Sanctuary.

With so much of our native wildlife coming out after dark, a guided night walk is the best way to view animals in their natural surroundings.

Find out more information and to book your spot online.

Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Walk

Discover how Victorian Aboriginals have cared for and used the flora and fauna of the Mornington Peninsula during a beautiful walk with Gunditjmara Kirrae Wurrung-Bundjalung man Lionel Lauch(Living Culture) as your guide.

To find out more and to book go online.

Eco Living Display Centre Schools Program 

An education program has been developed specifically for the Eco Living Display Centre for primary (Grades 1 – 6) and secondary students (Years 7 – 8). Nineteen activities have been designed, linked directly to the Victorian curriculum covering the areas of waste, energy, water and sustainable living.  Check out the Eco Living Display Centre School Program details.

The Briars Outdoor Ed Camp

The Briars Outdoor Ed Camp is a privately operated business located at The Briars. The BOEC provides a comprehensive and diverse range of challenging activities both within and outside the property. They cater for all types of school groups during the school term. Weekends and holidays are available for other groups such as clubs, scouts, church groups, families and for special functions.

For more information please see their website: