Kosciuszko National Park

Kosciuszko National Park is rich in natural diversity and home to Australia’s highest Alpine landscapes. It’s the perfect backdrop for students of all ages to learn about our environment and our shared European and Aboriginal cultural heritage.

Join our rangers on a journey of discovery as you explore our high plains, walk to the top of Australia’s highest mountain, Kosciuszko, experience spectacular karst landscapes at Yarrangobilly caves, and marvel at stories of human endeavour and resilience.

Our programs are aligned with national Geography, History and Science learning outcomes and cross-curriculum priorities including Sustainability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures.

Our local Aboriginal Discovery Rangers ensure culturally rich experiences with music, art, bush tucker and local knowledge.

Our programs are educational, engaging and thought-provoking. Students will develop their communication, scientific reasoning and tactile skills; and form connections between people, places and heritage. They will develop an appreciation for our natural environment’s biodiversity, cultural heritage and the impressive beauty of our national park.


Phone: 02 6451 3700



Kosciuszko Education Centre