At UNE we take full advantage of our surrounding environments to provide students with fantastic field experiences.
We provide a wide range of different fieldwork opportunities. These can vary from half day excursions to week long residential trips in Australia, but also overseas in Botswana, Cambodia and Bhutan.
This optional field trip allows students to study in pristine wildernesses to gain understanding of the ecology and incredible wildlife of Bhutan and the Himalayas.
"I was lucky enough to travel to Bhutan earlier this year to study Himalayan Ecology and Biogeography. An amazing experience that enabled me to gain vast knowledge and appreciation of the ecology and incredible wildlife of Bhutan and the Himalayas. I left Bhutan knowing this is the field I want to work in and that I am following my heart."
- Sami Dimond, undergraduate student.
An optional field trip for Zoology undergraduate students. Provides students with hands-on experience in collecting research data on mammal and birds species at iconic locations such as the Okavango Delta, the banks of the Zambesi River and Victoria Falls.
This trip is part of a 4 day intensive school that allows students to explore features of freshwater and marine habitats through the Bellinger River to help build skills to manage the impacts of human activities on our oceans, estuaries, rivers and wetlands.
During this 1 day trip students visit a range of contaminated sites around the New England Region to find out about pollution monitoring, assessment and clean up.